08-03-2013

Exhibition: Massimo Iosa Ghini, architect and designer

Massimo Iosa Ghini,

Milan,

Companies, Sport & Wellness,

Exhibition,

Triennale di Milano hosts an exhibition of the work of architect and designer Massimo Iosa Ghini curated by studio Iosa Ghini Associati in partnership with Fiandre Architectural Surfaces, Iris Ceramica.



Exhibition: Massimo Iosa Ghini, architect and designer
Fiandre Architectural Surfaces and Iris Ceramica are partners in an exhibition curated by Iosa Ghini Associati which goes over the thirty-year career of architect Massimo Iosa Ghini at Triennale di Milano April 9 through 14.

The exhibition route is set up in theme areas arranged in chronological order, starting with
 "Drawing". This section about the beginning of the architect?s career underlines an important aspect of Iosa Ghini?s work, "drawing", which the architect saw as the starting point and a constant practice throughout his creative career.

The vast selection of drawings, interior design and architecture projects, objects, illustrations and videos on exhibit unfolds years of work before visitors? eyes, along with architect Massimo Iosa Ghini?s projects in collaboration with prominent Italian and international companies, up to: "Sustainable but beautiful". The last section of the exhibition is dedicated to contemporary life, to architecture and design projects in which the preponderant theme is the issue of environmental sustainability, combined with the capacity of technical and stylistic innovation in the productive system involved.

(Agnese Bifulco)

Title: Massimo Iosa Ghini, architect and designer
Dates: April 9 - 14 2013
Location: Triennale di Milano, Italy

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