Andrea Branzi

Andrea Branzi, architect and designer was born in 1938 in Florence where he graduated in 1966. He has been living and working in Milan since 1973. From 1964 to 1974 he was a member of the group Archizoom Associati, the first avant-garde group to be internationally recognized, whose projects are preserved at CSAC of Parma University; his graduation thesis and other projects are preserved at Centre Pompidou in Paris and at FRAC in Orleans. He was the editor of MODO magazine and co-founder and director of Domus Academy (Milan), the first international post-graduate school of design and was also president of the Bachelor degree in Interior Design of Politecnico di Milano. Branzi is the author of many books about the history and theory of design, he has been the curator of many exhibitions in this field. In 1987 he received the Compasso d’Oro award for his career. He works in industrial and experimental design, architecture, urban planning, education and cultural promotion...

Group shows:
Andrea Branzi 100 I
 
Andrea Branzi 73 | Autour du cou
 
Andrea Branzi 72 | Ensemble
 
Andrea Branzi 58 | 10 printemps en automne
 
Andrea Branzi 57 | combinaison
 
Andrea Branzi 54 | transition
 
Andrea Branzi 48 | Tabourets
 
Andrea Branzi 27 | Miroirs
 
Andrea Branzi 17 | Design italien 1950-2001
 
Publications:
Andrea Branzi 2014 - Andrea Branzi - Objets et Territoires/Objects and Territories
 
Andrea Branzi Z 2012 - The Complete Designers' Lights, (1950-1990)
 
Andrea Branzi Z 2009 - Aujourd'hui plus qu'hier et moins que demain - 59 designers réunis par la passion
 
Andrea Branzi 2000 - Marc Newson
 
Andrea Branzi 1999 - Andrea Branzi - Introduzione al design italiano
 
Andrea Branzi 1997 - Andrea Branzi
 
Andrea Branzi 1984 - Andrea Branzi - Design italien : La casa calda