Henge Monograph
Henge Monograph
— Limited Edition
A beautiful door to step into Henge's world
 
 
The objective was to overcome the limits between the senses, thus condensing them in one material sensation, page by page. The monograph realised by Gusto IDS for Henge and printed out with Drydots technology, develops through images and texts which together make up a journey in a new dimension.

The mood pictures, of the space preparation, of the atmospheres which surround Henge, were all inserted in this precious journey among texts and images that has been printed aiming at perfection.

The project consists of a group of different elements intersecting one another, each with its own strongly defined identity, but meanwhile capable of bringing out the others in a visual and tactile game, which is created by changes and discoveries, just like Henge’s products. This is why particular papers and techniques have been selected, with different weights for rising emotions, such as the coating with “Fedrigoni Imitlin Black ER05 Tela” and the sequences of “Fedrigoni Woodstock White” 170 gr. and 260 gr., “Fedrigoni Sirio Color Perla” 170 gr., to finish with the “Fedrigoni Symbol Freelife Satin, Premium White” 200 gr.: a composition of sensations that follow Henge’s philosophy of living and collect it in pages that not only tell the material, but are material themselves.
A BOOK BY
Gusto IDS
 
ART DIRECTION
Massimo Castagna – AD Architettura
 
PHOTO
Andrea Pancino
Mattia Pasin
 
COLLECTION DESIGN BY
Massimo Castagna – AD Architettura
 
INTERIOR DESIGN
Massimo Castagna – AD Architettura
 
STYLING
Elena Caponi
 
THANKS TO THE ARTISTS
Pigi Slis
Alberto Mariani
Velasco Vitali
 
PRINTING
CTS Grafica
 
PAPERS
Imitlin Nero ER05 Tela
Woodstock, Bianco, 170 gr
Sirio Color Perla, 170 gr
Symbol Freelife Satin, Premium White, 200 gr
 
Printed in November 2015 in 300 pcs
 
 
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Henge Monograph

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