Fabio Novembre house and Studio

Milan / Italy / 2004

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THE FORBIDDEN TREE I never had a place that I could call HOME, but must admit that perhaps I never wanted to. "To put down roots" is an idea I always feared and living the last nine years in a former airplane factory may have developed my sense of flight. However, life is one continuous surprise and to have found the ideal woman has made me reconsider some of my prejudgements. As a new Adam, I have proposed to my Eve to evolve the theme of the original sin, going to live on the forbidden tree. Couldn’t do without the third character in this story, as interpreted by Sandro Chia into iconic mythology, that slithers along the foliage with the forbidden fruit in his mouth. Paraphrasing the old saying: “one apple a day keeps religion away”! Fabio Novembre Design Team: Lorenzo De Nicola , Ramon Karges, Carlo Formisano, Giuseppina Flor
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    THE FORBIDDEN TREE I never had a place that I could call HOME, but must admit that perhaps I never wanted to. "To put down roots" is an idea I always feared and living the last nine years in a former airplane factory may have developed my sense of flight. However, life is one continuous surprise and to have found the ideal woman has made me reconsider some of my prejudgements. As a new Adam, I have proposed to my Eve to evolve the theme of the original sin, going to live on the forbidden...

    Project details
    • Year 2004
    • Client Fabio Novembre
    • Contractor Cortedil, Romano di Lombardia (Bg)
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Single-family residence / Offices/studios
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