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"A casa Castiglioni" Zisa Castle Palermo

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"A casa Castiglioni" Zisa Castle Palermo it has been modified: 2013-11-04 di jessica zannori

Was completed on October 27 "At home Castiglioni" at the Castle of Zisa PalermoThe traveling exhibition dedicated to one of the most famous Italian architects, Achille Castiglioni and that November will see in Milan, the Fondazione Achille Castiglioni, in Piazza Castello 27.

Excellence of Made in Italy, Castiglioni spent leading the golden age of industrial design. He has made over 150 pieces of excellence, including some of the most brilliant objects of modernity, getting nine Compasso d'oro, coveted prize in the industry, and for producing known national and international companies, including Alessi, Brionvega, De Padova, Flos , Relco Gruop (which today support the Foundation Achille Castiglioni) and others such as Cassina, Cimbali, Danese, Driade, Kartell, Knoll, Lancia, Moroso, Phonola, Siemens, Zanotta.

The exposure aims to tell, through a simple set-up, dynamic, interactive, some of projects that have made the history of Italian design. On display objects designed for everyday life, taken in their real context of use. The space, designed as a real living accommodation, is experienced more than covered, because each object has a definite place, designed for that specific function.

Part of the exhibition objects for the home designed for Alessi as simple tablespoon mayonnaise "Sleek", the luminaires designed for Flos as the timeless lamp "Arco", the profits tables "Mate" and "Mini Mate" for De Padova on the notes of music spread from the historic RR226 radiogram. Do not miss an object entered the homes of all: the switch of VLM which Castiglioni was particularly proud.

The exhibition also includes some self-produced projects, Limited edition, the Foundation Achille Castiglioni as the table "screwdriver", a "work apron" and objects produced in collaboration with Alessi.

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