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LASVIT, the leading spacial concept company based in the Czech Republic, returns to Milan Design Week 2022 after winning the Milan Design Award for best event in 2018 with "Monster Cabaret." The current exhibition, titled "Sanctums," showcases cutting-edge creations, including a moving glass art installation and lighting collections made by emerging talents, including Mária Čulenová and Jan Plecháč, as well as world-renowned designers Yabu Pushelberg and David Rockwell. The presentation spotlights 10 diverse sanctums, from collection debuts to free-spirited immersive theatrical performances. The unique event is curated by LASVIT’s Art Director Maxim Velčovský, who was named the Creative Director of the Year by Interior Design's Best of Year Awards 2020.
“Our mission is to uplift everyone by creating breath-taking and immersive spacial experiences that touch the soul of all people who find themselves in the space. We want our installations, artworks, collections and places to make spaces for our clients that not only evoke some beautiful feelings, but that can caress the soul,” says Leon Jakimič, owner and president of LASVIT. “Our Sanctums exhibition is meant to rouse emotions, and not just by offering the experience of free-spirited, immersive theater. We want to show our inner sanctums, our homes and private spaces. In Sanctums, we want to show how light makes space and how space makes feeling.”
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