La dialettica tra grafica e disegno industriale in Italia: il gruppo Exhibition design

  • The book is parted in two sections; in the first one it's analyzed the influence, played in the relationship between graphic design and industrial design in Italy, on the evolution of the identity of both professions.
  • The book is parted in two sections; in the first one it's analyzed the influence, played in the relationship between graphic design and industrial design in Italy, on the evolution of the identity of both professions.
  • The book is parted in two sections; in the first one it's analyzed the influence, played in the relationship between graphic design and industrial design in Italy, on the evolution of the identity of both professions.
  • The book is parted in two sections; in the first one it's analyzed the influence, played in the relationship between graphic design and industrial design in Italy, on the evolution of the identity of both professions.
  • The book is parted in two sections; in the first one it's analyzed the influence, played in the relationship between graphic design and industrial design in Italy, on the evolution of the identity of both professions.
  • The book is parted in two sections; in the first one it's analyzed the influence, played in the relationship between graphic design and industrial design in Italy, on the evolution of the identity of both professions.
  • The second part focuses on the multidisciplinary group Exhibition Design, formed in the late Sixties by five protagonists of Italian graphic design – Giulio Confalonieri, Silvio Coppola, Franco Grignani, Bruno Munari and Pino Tovaglia – that started to investigate the project methodology as a common ground for the cohabitation of the different fields in which design is devided.
  • The second part focuses on the multidisciplinary group Exhibition Design, formed in the late Sixties by five protagonists of Italian graphic design – Giulio Confalonieri, Silvio Coppola, Franco Grignani, Bruno Munari and Pino Tovaglia – that started to investigate the project methodology as a common ground for the cohabitation of the different fields in which design is devided.
  • The second part focuses on the multidisciplinary group Exhibition Design, formed in the late Sixties by five protagonists of Italian graphic design – Giulio Confalonieri, Silvio Coppola, Franco Grignani, Bruno Munari and Pino Tovaglia – that started to investigate the project methodology as a common ground for the cohabitation of the different fields in which design is devided.
  • The second part focuses on the multidisciplinary group Exhibition Design, formed in the late Sixties by five protagonists of Italian graphic design – Giulio Confalonieri, Silvio Coppola, Franco Grignani, Bruno Munari and Pino Tovaglia – that started to investigate the project methodology as a common ground for the cohabitation of the different fields in which design is devided.
  • The second part focuses on the multidisciplinary group Exhibition Design, formed in the late Sixties by five protagonists of Italian graphic design – Giulio Confalonieri, Silvio Coppola, Franco Grignani, Bruno Munari and Pino Tovaglia – that started to investigate the project methodology as a common ground for the cohabitation of the different fields in which design is devided.
  • Reference: Layout of the publication '10 anni di Premio Smau Industrial Design'.
  • Reference: Layout of the publication 'Due dimensioni' – cover design by Pino Tovaglia – published by Nava in 1973.
  • Reference: Layout of the magazine 'Pagina', designed by Heinz Waibl in 1963.
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La dialettica tra grafica
e disegno industriale in Italia:
il gruppo Exhibition design

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Historical survey on the research group Exhibition design – Giulio Confalonieri, Silvio Coppola, Franco Grignani, Bruno Munari, Pino Tovaglia – through the intersection and compenetration between graphic and industrial design.
Master degree graduation thesis at Isia Urbino. An essay about the research is published on ‘Ais/Design’ #02

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Isia Urbino
Mauro Bubbico, Carlo Vinti
2013

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