Forgotten sculpture designed by Jan Kaplický to go on display in Prague

Photo: Dominik Táborský

A forgotten sculpture by the visionary Czech-born architect Jan Kaplický was recently discovered in a factory in Italy. The giant stainless steel water drop, designed 20 years ago for the Triennale di Milano, will go on display in Prague later this year.

The object, called Acquae, was created by Jan Kaplický and his Future Systems studio for an exhibition in Milan called Dining Street Design. Ten selected architects were commissioned to present their design proposals for street food stands in collaboration with leading international brands.

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Author: Ruth Fraňková