Il più schi­vo dei de­si­gner

The Shye­st of De­si­gners

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Pao­lo Ulian is one of the mo­st self-ef­fa­cing fi­gu­res on the Ita­lian sce­ne, con­si­de­red an heir of the crea­ti­vi­ty di­splayed by de­si­gners li­ke Ca­sti­glio­ni, Mu­na­ri and Ma­ri – of whom he was long an as­si­stant – in the rein­ven­tion of the ob­jec­ts that fill our dai­ly li­ves wi­th iro­ny and ethi­cal sen­si­ti­vi­ty, of­ten using hum­ble or di­scar­ded ma­te­rials and main­tai­ning a con­ti­nuous re­flec­tion on the deep mea­ning of things and, in pa­ral­lel, on the na­tu­re of han­di­craft. Cu­ra­ted by Eli­sa Zan­no­ni of the As­so­cia­zio­ne Cul­tu­ra­le Ima­gi­ni­fi­cat, wi­th the sup­port of so­me of the mo­st im­por­tant Ita­lian de­si­gn com­pa­nies (Dria­de, Schif­fi­ni, Pao­la Len­ti, Ar­te­mi­de-Da­ne­se and San­lo­ren­zo, to men­tion ju­st a few) and un­der the ae­gis of ADI, the re­tro­spec­ti­ve of his work is open un­til 29 May at the Pa­laz­zo Me­di­ceo di Se­ra­vez­za (Luc­ca), one of the pla­ces in Tu­sca­ny re­co­gni­zed by UNE­SCO as a World He­ri­ta­ge Si­te.

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