Oslo Architecture Triennale: Sewing Machines



Milan-based artist Matilde Cassani’s work, Sewing Machines, is a portrait of the textile industry in the Tuscan town of Prato. The buildings only partially reveal the complexity of their interiors – the articulated reality which lies behind apparently run-down façades and closed doors can be perceived only by an attentive passerby. Read more on NOWNESS – http://bit.ly/2eNApZU

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