With this summons, the London Design Museum invites architects, designers and artists for a very special collective exhibition.
Flemish rigor and milanese elegance in Molteni&C|Dada mood by Vincent Van Duysen
With the language of art he has looked at the world from on high, from afar and close to, from inside and outside; he has recognised and deciphered the great transformations of the present day; he has revealed forms, lights, landscapes.
“Architecture is an interpretation of life”, wrote Gio Ponti. “Amare Gio Ponti”, the first documentary about his work, previewed at the 2015 Milano Design Film Festival, is dedicated to the great 20th century maestro.
An architectural fantasy,a virtuos display of spans, an acrobatic feat of proportions, a criss-cross of joints in Ponti's iconic project.
Red lines converse and run after each other. Between the strings of the armchairs, the texture of the velvets, the inside of the little table.
Intriguing and irregular, tha’s what Ron Gilad’s objects are like. They appeal because they have that ‘certain something’.
With the grace that only great designers manage to convey in their objects. With the power that won over Ferragamo, who is hosting her “Eclaté (Exploded)” installation in his boutique in via Montenapoleone