Looking towards tomorrow has always been a constant in living and has constantly been expressed in many examples of visionary and imaginative works from the past that projected their vision onto the future. Neoclassical architects, surrealist painters and contemporary digital artists reveal a history of research into the unknown and the dream that has always existed.
Starting from the metaphysical voids of Piazza D'Italia by Giorgio De Chirico in 1913, passing through the Ideal House published in Gio Ponti's drawings on Domus in 1939, to the organic architecture of Garvey House by Bruce Goff in 1953 or the Endless House by Frederick Kiesler in 1960 up to the "houses of the future" imagined by advertisers Charles Schridde and Syd Mead in the 70s.
The aim of the MASCHERONI DREAMSCAPES research work is to allow the vision of Mascheroni products through an alternative reality by means of imaginary architectural visions.
Through the current of "dreamscapes" Mascheroni reflects on the future of living through the visualization of unreal worlds and imaginary spaces. The desire to explore new frontiers through escapist utopias.