Three houses, three interiors born from the dialectic relationship between designer, clients and craftsmen, to face the theme of interior design.
A designer, Claudio Caramel; a client with three different requirements; two great craftsmen, Morseletto and Contin, which found in traditions and material culture their reason to be. As a result a single solution, a unique plan. The shared trait of these three interiors is a particular feeling which has absorbed contemporary Italian craft and industrial culture. Far from an ordinary model of interior connected to decoration and set design, and also from the idea of furniture as a sum of different pieces of good design, Caramel’s plan draws the attention on the interior as the central spatial problem, facing it as a dialectic relationship between material and function.