Corallo brings on stage a suggestive screening room on rails, an unexpected and evocative place, an authentic travelling salon inside a historic tram from 1928, reinvented in a contemporary way.

The project is inspired by the theme of the journey,
as an experience with dream and surreal overtones, that the designer carries within a d’antan cinema set up.
Milan and its urban landscapes are the main subject of the surreal footage that enters through the ribbon windows at the back of the tram, in a dimension that seems to travel in space and time.

Cristina Celestino

As a designer and architect, Cristina Celestino creates exclusive projects for private clients and companies.
Her work also extends to creative direction for companies, and the design of interiors and displays.
For DesignMiami 2016 she designed the Happy Room collection for Fendi. In 2017, for Sergio Rossi, she created exclusive interior design and a collection of furnishings for the concept of the new boutiques.
Cristina has received many international prizes and honours, including the Special Jury Prize in the “Salone del Mobile.Milano Awards” in 2016, and an Elle Deco International Design Award with the “Plumage” facings project for BottegaNove.

www.cristinacelestino.com

The project

Through a project of totally tailor-made interior design, unusual and precious for a transport vehicle, the environment reflects the designer’s aesthetic, where precious materials and references to the past, contemporary intuitions and visionary spirit are harmoniously combined.

Inside, the division into two zones creates two specific moments, recurring situations in theaters and cinemas.

The foyer, seen as the main volume, mimics a soft, enveloping waiting room, featuring rigorous settees, windows screened by abundant Rubelli drapes visible from the outside, and soft inlaid carpeting.
The back of the streetcar, behind a light passementerie curtain, introduces to the intimate screening room, where the visitors, seated comfortably on ottomans, can experience an unforeseen cinematic perspective on the city of Milan.