ITALIA PER INTERNI. MANIFESTO #2

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Labics/Maria Claudia Clemente e Francesco Isidori
Davide Fabio Colaci Architetto
Luciano Giorgi/lgb architetti
Navone Associati

OPENING Thursday February 19 2015 | 6.30pm | FREE ADMISSION

Please register your presence at the event at the following link:
www.eventbrite.it/e/biglietti-italia-per-interni-manifesto-2-15552608270

EXHIBITION February 19 – April 3 2015
Opening hours: Thursday and Friday 16:00 – 19:30 with tours guided by floornature.com editorial staff
For tours on appointment: please contact Arch.Paolo Schianchi paolo[at]floornature[dot]com (minimum 5 people).

In the wake of the success of the first “Italia per Interni. Manifesto” exhibition, SPAZIOFMGPERL’ARCHITETTURA once again invites visitors to reflect on the theme of interior architecture and consider new ways of conceiving of space in line with the needs of contemporary living..

ITALIA PER INTERNI. MANIFESTO #2, features four important Italian designers; the goal is to address the social, cultural and design dimensions of interiors.

Labics / Maria Claudia Clemente and Francesco Isidori, Davide Fabio Colaci Architetto, Luciano Giorgi / lgb architetti and Navone Associati: four authoritative studios compare their points of view on the culture of living, resulting in a singular manifesto, a story reflecting the different perspectives of these key players on today’s architecture scene.

The projects are accompanied by a new selection of images of Le Corbusier’s Cabanon, portrayed by photographer Paolo Rosselli, who documents the work of a great master of the past to bring into the present the experience of the best-known architect of the 20th century.

“The first edition of Italia per Interni. Manifesto was a success because it allowed visitors to SpazioFMG per l’Architettura to take a close-up look at four talented Italian designers, asked to address the common theme of “interior design”, a true research laboratory for architecture today that has not been given the attention it deserves in recent years.
This is why we decided to repeat the same format in 2015, inviting four more architects from different generations with their own specific professional career.
We asked them all the same thing, asking them to reflect on interior design, starting with their own stories and different experiences.
In addition to the four architects’ work, visitors will be able to discover a new selection of photographs of Le Corbusier’s Cabanon, a true “manifesto” of elementary architecture, reinterpreted through the highly cultivated, attentive lens of Paolo Rosselli,
” explains Luca Molinari, scientific director of spazio FMG and curator of the exhibition, which will be open February 19 through April 3 2015.

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