Daniel Libeskind and Cosentino have inaugurated the Musical Labyrinth installation on Alter Oper Platz in Frankfurt. The fruit of collaboration between the American architect and the Spanish multinational company, the dark canvas is formed by pieces of Dekton, the ultracompact material produced by Cosentino, on which a drawing by Libeskind is etched in white hollow relief. With eighty panels measuring 3.2 by 1.4 meters, 2 centimeters thick, the composition shows the labyrinthian and imaginary tracing indicating, in the manner of a schematic map, the eighteen locations in the German city that will be the scenes of 75 concerts and other performances, within the framework of the ‘One Day in Life’ cultural event slated to take place in the course of 24 hours between 21 and 22 May.
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