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Identity In Architecture and Design

Massimo Iosa Ghini was only 26 when he burst onto the Italian avant-garde design scene in 1985 with his small arm chair “Numero Uno”. Before that he had been part of group of graphic artists intent on revolutionising the world of comics. The epicentre of this revolution was Bologna which had become a pole of attraction thanks to Andrea Pazienza, Marcello Jori, the DAMS university department and Umberto Eco with his research into communication.
After graduating in architecture at the Milan Polytechnic, Iosa Ghini remained in the city, designing several television stage sets, and starting a long-standing love affair with the world of fashion and design.
After that came his period with Memphis and the assertion of what became known as “the Iosa Ghini mark”, a fluid, dynamic style, characterising the aesthetic of a cultural movement known as “bolidismo” after the sleek,...

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