The MFAH is exhibiting 70 pieces from the extraordinary Radical Design collection of Dennis Freedman – February 14, 2020 until April 26, 2020.
40 years after Gio Ponti’s death, the MAXXI museum in Rome has a major retrospective that focuses on his brilliance and versatility as an architect.
If you are in Turin, or near by, don’t miss GAM’s retrospective exhibition of Paolo Icaro’s work “Antologia.”
We’ll bring a works created by Italian designers and artists that participated in the historical 1994 Guggenheim exhibition “The Italian Metamorphosis, 1943–1968.”
Art curator and critic Hans Ulrich Obrist interviews architect Umberto Riva, “the known unknown in the world of architecture.”
Villa Borsani, “a house fluid and eternal, full of startling new ideas amid the embellishments of history — just like Osvaldo himself.”
Andrea Branzi’s work is being included in the exhibition “Elements: Earth” at Design Miami/Basel.
French designer Philippe Nigro selected by Corning’s Lab to explore glass possibilities in contemporary design
Studio BBPR not only helped to reconstruct and transform Milan after World War II, but it was also instrumental in creating the new Italian design the of the post-war era.
Influential designer, architect, and theorist Alessandro Mendini died on February 18, 2019, at the age of 87. A member of the radical design movement who created numerous designs that challenged established aesthetic norms.