The Fondazione Prada is a cultural space that transcends space and time due to its unique nature. The visionary Rem Koolhaas at the lead of OMA architecture studio conceived this brilliant venue that presents a unique articulate architectural concept that fuses with art.
Formed around the courtyard of an old distillery in the Largo Isarco neighborhood, every room and space offers a specific tactile experience. Each room where the art is presented has been carefully studied and presented with unique materials and visual displays to ensure that guests have a full visual experience. The art blends in with the geometrical and minimal architecture to fuse into a single image in the visitor’s mind. Just like in every museum, some of the art is permanent while other projects are temporary like the Trittico where you can see Damien Hirst’s famous Love Lost.
Also part of this unique experience is the Bar Luce created by Wes Anderson. This is an actual typical Italian bar where you can drink coffee and order a panino or dessert in full vintage fashion from Italy in the 1950s and 1960s. The space in beautiful and contributes to the experience!