The Infinite Palace

Catwalk for a Prada show
16 / 01 / 2015
Photography:
Agostino Osio 
Alberto Moncada 
© OMA
At Fondazione Prada in Milan an ample room was transformed in a sequence of several spaces, to serve as a passerelle for the latest collection of the Italian brand's Fall-Winter 2015 men show.

The project is by AMO, the research branch of Rem Koolhas' OMA. The divisions are all connected and simulate a seemingly endless repetition of rooms, one after the other. Spectators were spread over every partition, each creating small niches where the models would pass through parading the pieces from the new collection.


 
The spaces were covered by a texture which simulated black and blue marble, and each entrance in a different room was surrounded by aluminium which set the rhythm of the space.