EditorialeID: 1101

I “classici” della storia del design in Italia

Questo articolo è disponibile in Italiano:

I “classici” della storia del design in Italia

Questo articolo è stato pubblicato in AIS/Design Storia e Ricerche, editoriale, numero 11 2018

Fiorella Bulegato

A graduate architect and associate professor at the Università Iuav in Venice, in 2006 she earned her Ph.D in industrial design and architectural technology at the Università di Roma La Sapienza in Rome. From 2010 to 2014, she was a researcher, and from 2012 to 2014 deputy director of the Undergraduate Programme in Industrial Design at the Università degli Studi della Repubblica di San Marino. She has written essays and articles in specialized magazines, and has been responsible for the documentary and iconographic research for many exhibitions and publications. Her publications include: “Il design degli architetti in Italia, 1920-2000”, with E. Dellapiana (Electa, Milano 2014); “I musei d’impresa. Dalle arti industriali al design” (Carocci, Roma 2008); “Michele De Lucchi. Comincia qui e finisce là”, with S. Polano (Electa, Milano 2004); the index and complete list of works in the book by S. Polano, “Achille Castiglioni tutte le opere 1938–2000” (Electa, Milano

Dario Scodeller

Dario Scodeller is an associate professor in the Architecture Department of the Università degli Studi di Ferrara. A licensed architect, graduated from the Università Iuav in Venice, and a design historian, he has worked professionally as a designer in the areas of lighting, exhibit and retail design. Since 2005 to 2015 he has taught in the Department of Industrial Design at the Università degli Studi della Repubblica di San Marino/Iuav di Venezia, where he became a researcher in 2012 and for which in 2014-2015 he directed the Undergraduate Programme in Design. He has taught at the Design Department of the Politecnico di Milano, in the Master courses in Lighting Design at the Accademia di Brera and at the Architecture School of the Università di Udine. His publications include the monograph Livio e Piero Castiglioni, il progetto della luce (Electa, Milano 2003); Negozi, l’architetto nello spazio della merce (Electa, Milano 2007); Gaddo Morpurgo, pensieri, progetti, ricerche (Foschi Editore, Forlì 2008), Design spontaneo (Corraini 2017). His studies and critical reflections on design have been published in magazines such as Casabella, Flare, Licht & Architektur, Abitare, Domus, Luce & Design. He directed the office of retail design for the Coin group from 1998 to 2001, and served as a consultant for Fabrica (the communication research centre of the Benetton Group) for their exhibition projects.

Carlo Vinti

Carlo Vinti is a researcher in the field of the History of design and visual communication. He is an assistant professor at the Università degli Studi di Camerino (School of Architecture and Design “E. Vittoria”). After earning his PhD at the School of Advanced Studies in Venice (2006), he became an adjunct professor and research fellow at the Università Iuav di Venezia. Since 2009, he has coordinated the project titled Comunicare l’impresa (www.houseorgan.net) with Giorgio Bigatti. He is currently an associate editor for the AIS/Design. Storia e Ricerche online journal and member of the editorial board of Progetto Grafico magazine.
His publications include: Gli Anni dello Stile Industriale 1948-1965 (Marsilio, 2007), L’impresa del design: lo stile Olivetti (Loccioni 2010), the chapter “A Historiography of Italian Design” (with Maddalena Dalla Mura) in Made in Italy: Rethinking a Century of Italian Design (Bloomsbury Academic, 2013), Grafica Italiana dal 1945 a Oggi (Artedossier Giunti, 2016), as well as several essays and articles included in books, catalogues and periodicals. In 2012, with Giorgio Camuffo and Mario Piazza, he co-curated the 5th edition of the Triennale Design Museum in Milan, TDM5: Grafica Italiana, and the exhibition catalogue (Corraini).

Comments are closed.