Design forms that integrate architecture and landscape: in this case the Corten is leading a creative encounter between art, history and architecture. The aim is to make tangible the interconnection relationship between the architectural elements and the environmental context in which they arise.
An interesting example in this regard, is the work of Cuadra in the project “Brisighella Nuova 2.0 – Comunità Ospitale “: the aim is to create an urban space that can improve the lives of citizens and to enhance, in smart perspective, all the excellence of the small town in the province of Ravenna.
The metal corten flower pot holders signed Cuadra, in fact, have been placed in Piazza Marconi, the main square of the Brisighella village, and integrate with the surrounding space and tying favoring the balance between aesthetics, functionality and architecture. Every centimeter of the square thus acquires its value and becomes green “living.”