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Beppe Finessi

Beppe Finessi

Beppe Finessi (b. 1966), architect and PhD, is an Associate Professor at the School of Design at Milan Politecnico, a critic (former editor of “Abitare” magazine), and a researcher who has curated exhibits and publications on the masters of Italian design and on today’s young designers. In 2010 he founded and directed “Inventario,” a publishing project that won the ADI Compasso d'Oro in 2014, and curated “TDM7. Il Design Italiano oltre le crisi," the 7th edition of the Design Museum Triennial (2014-2015). In 2019 he was commissioned to curate the ADI Design Museum in Milan, scheduled to open in the near future.

 

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Mes amis! Mes Amis!

Corrado Levi
Mes amis! Mes Amis!
Corraini Edizioni, Mantova

A book that provides interpretations for entering 20th century Italian art in unforeseen ways, through the works of 100 artists presented by Corrado Levi.
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Un posto per tutti

Richard Rogers
Un posto per tutti
Johan & Levi, Roma 2018

The autobiography of Richard Rogers, who – with designs, drawings and photos – discusses the centrality of architecture as a means to face the challenges of contemporaneity.
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Un posto per tutti
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Scritto di notte

Ettore Sottsass
Scritto di notte
Adelphi, Milano 2010

The "splinters" of an autobiography, conceived in the early 2000s as a testament in which Sottsass proposes the images of his childhood and youth, accompanying them with his ironic voice.
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Scritto di notte
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Good design

Bruno Munari
Good design
Corraini Edizioni, Mantova 1963

A book that subjects the shapes of nature to the ironic judgement of the designer. For example, the orange: a perfect example of "good design."
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Good design
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Marion Baruch

Fanny Fetzer, Noah Stolz (a cura di)
Marion Baruch
Mousse publishing, 2020

This book, the first complete monograph on Marion Baruch, presents a wide range of her work, from the ‘60s to her most recent textiles.
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