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The Minotti 2013 collection evokes a certain era – the ’50s, ’60s and ‘70s – by drawing upon a veritable fountain of design ideas and personalities that left an indelible mark on the history of Italian and international design.
Echoes of contemporary American architecture, the light freshness of Scandinavian design, the strict formality of German rationalism, the calm and measured elegance of the Milanese school, and the ability to create cultured, sophisticated decor – all flow together in a perfect and at the same time original fusion of inspirations from the worlds of design, architecture and decor.
This interview by Marcus Fairs, was filmed as the city geared up for the Salone, the world’s biggest design fair, which, together with hundreds of events that take place across the city, transforms Milan for a week each April.
“Anything can happen in Milano during this week,” … Fabio Novembre
The exhibition Arts & Foods. Rituals since 1851 ( running from Apr 9 to Nov 1, 2015 ) is the first section of the EXPO 2015 to open, as well as the only thematic area of the Expo located in the center of Milan.
The exhibition is housed in the Triennale di Milano gallery spaces in via Alemagna, extending over 7,000 square meters internally and utilises external garden courtyard spaces as well
The exhibition curated by Germano Celant, was inspired by the main theme of the EXPO Milan 2015, “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”, is aimed to investigate the manifold relationship between food, its rituals and different means of artistic expression over a long period – from 1851 ( the year of the first World Exposition in London and the starting point of modernity ) to present day.
Well prepared Interni magazine Article published for the Salone
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This seventh interpretation of a museum-in-progress is devoted to “austerity, autarchy, and self-production”, that is how the Italian interior design community has dealt with the dominant theme of recession in recent decades, and how they had done in the past in the 1930s and 1970s and the 2000’s