Milano – From 25 February to 2 April 2021, in the spaces of Via Porta Tenagli 7N3 in Milan, the exhibition is set up The new room of Andrea Branzi, which marks the first collaboration between Antonia Jannone Drawings of Architecture and Pianca & Partners.
Milano – Archetypes, portals, tumblers, warm marbles, sister lamps, Pinocchio, a world populated by objects, sculptures and drawings that invite simplicity and kindness. Simple and natural materials such as iron, stone, marble, ceramic, fabric tell the profound and delicate design thought of one of the most important masters of Italian design.
Milano – Architect and Designer, Andrea Branzi was born in Florence in 1938, where he graduated in 1966; has lived and worked in Milan since 1974. Since graduation he has been part of the avant-garde movement ofRadical Architecture with the group Archizoom Associati. He was consultant in charge of the first Design and Services Center for a raw materials industry (Montefibre) from 1974 to 1979, winning the first of three Compassi d’Oro, one of which for the career. In 1982 he co-founded and directed Domus Academy, the first international postgraduate school of design, of which he was the cultural director for 20 years. As full professor he was president of the course of study in Interior Design at the Faculty of Design of Politecnico di Milano. He was editor of the magazine Way from 1982 to 1984 and scientific curator of the Design Museum of the Milan Triennale from 2007 to 2010. His projects are now kept in museums all over the world.
The exhibition is open to the public Monday to Friday from 10.00 to 19.00 at the exhibition spaces of Pianca & Partners, in Milan in via Porta Tenaglia 7N3. Further information on email.
This event was updated with new information on 02/23/2021 at 12:23 pm.
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