INTERTWINED is an installation conceived and developed by Riccardo Buscarini in collaboration with Flow Architecture partners Annarita Papeschi and Vincent Nowak, part of the London Festival of Architecture 2016.
Set within the building-site of the Courtyard House, a large family home currently under extensive renovation in Kensington, INTERTWINED explores the powerful relationship between architectural design and the experience of space. A womb-like network of elastic ropes stretches through different levels of the building, defining the space of action for the audience. Playfully moving through the ropes, visitors will be choreographed in a spatial experience that translates the architectural design into movement.
The installation has been realised thanks to Structuremode, Artec3, Magrits, Knight Frank, London Basement, I Guzzini, and Tenuta La Torretta.