It is the perfect setting for the weightless body to experience a deep relaxation where you can relax every muscle.While floating, the whole body chemistry reacts to the surroundings.Muscles relax, blood pressure drops and the heart lower its pace. This creates a meditative state and the mind calms down.

Sometimes people gather in an isolated place in the countryside where there is a pool and float together.

One of the upcoming pop up float events is a floating concert at the oldest and biggest indoor swimming pool in Reykjavik.

Only to discover, that I started filling my pockets with trash instead of treasure. In making artistic sculptures out of the objects I find, I try to evoke an emotional response from my audience by creating a contradiction.

A clash between initial aesthetic attraction and after a second look : repulsion and the realisation of the tragedy trash causes.

Acqua Alta as a tool to link all these techniques starting from a unique phenomenon.

Water as transport, water as energy, water as an issue that affects the lives of citizens, leaving it’s mark.

having the time for ”simple” things such as enjoying a long breakfast, have time to pick flowers while waking, Making my bed in a perfect way. I find my self being swept away by a new blue every week. when I see a new blue I become very happy in an uncomplicated way. Designed to create a total bliss moment and relaxation in water, whether in a manmade pool or in natural settings.

You are float around, comfortably wrapped in water.

Aqua Alta designed by Giorgia Zanellato and Daniele Bortotto includes a series of objects strongly linked to the theme.

These can be summarized in a series of textiles (fabrics), a carpet, a series of fragrances correlated with diffuser, and a table lamp.

It also carries the greatest hopes for the perfect holiday. All the women who dare to take the fight with pompous men and also the consequences of it in our supposively equal society ( Sweden ). Outdoor swimming is a daily sport and it does not matter if you have rain, snowstorm or frost - Icelanders go to their swimming pools.