Not just floors: Cotto d'Este and the architectural space

Architectural spaces, like sculptures, are three-dimensional. In both cases, in order to observe the work in its entirety, the observer has to change position a number of times.

As it is impossible to see the whole of a building simultaneously, including all of the interior and exterior, we rely on our memory to “reconstruct” a complete image using the different perspectives we have recorded.

Consequently, the interaction between inside and outside and between two- and three-dimensional surfaces becomes the key to understanding the entire structure.

This is where the possibilities of using ceramic material both for interiors and exteriors of the building, for claddings and flat surfaces and on volumes, makes it particularly suitable for a wide range of design purposes.

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