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Michele De Lucchi
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Michele De Lucchi () was born in Ferrara, Italy. After graduating in architecture in Florence, over the course of the s he consolidated his working relationship with Olivetti, having begun in thanks to Ettore Sottsass, who had entrusted him with the design of the office furnishing systems for the Synthesis division. Milan-based Michele de Lucchi, architect and product designer, is known internationally for his chairs and lighting. This book provides a comprehensive overview of his career and documents all of his many projects. Also included are reprints of de Lucchi's key critical writings.
Michele De Lucchi Artworks, Milan, Italy. 1, likes 4 talking about this. This is Michele De Lucchi's page about his personal Artworks. His creations include: Wooden & Stone Scupltures; Followers: K. Michele de Lucchi Michele De Lucchi was immediately captivated by the charme of the Murano Island. This island has remained miracously intact continuing the tradition of blown glass for centuries and still to this day it remains a world reference point for artistic glass.
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Author: Michele De Lucchi Publisher: Quodlibet Habitat ISBN: Italian edition: English edition: Dimensions: 16 x 23 cm Pages: Illustrations: in colour Binding: paperback with flaps Languages: available in Italian and English Edition: 1st edition, A designer, architect and writer, Michele De Lucchi (born in ) is one of the greatest representatives of Italian design of the last few decades.
He is famous for having designed many important products, including the Tolomeo lamp, the world’s best-selling lamp, produced by the company Artemide infor which he won the Compasso d.
This is the official page of Michele De Lucchi’s personal artistic works. This site will display all of his personal non-project related architecture research, wooden sculptures and books.
Architect. Michele De Lucchi was a prominent figure in movements like Cavart, Alchimia and Memphis. He designed lamps and furniture for the most well known Italian and European companies and realized architectural project in Italy and abroad.
His work has been exhibited in Europe, the United States and was appointed Officer of the Italian Republic for services to design and. The Circle, the symbol chosen for the new Studio identity, represents the extraordinary inheritance built up by Michele De Lucchi and the capacity to open up to new experiences in order to raise a new generation of designers and celebrate a rich history.
Michele De Lucchi belongs to the new generation of designers and architects who continue the tradition of Sottsass, Mendini and Castiglioni in their own individual style. De Lucchi was involved in some of the most significant innovative and creative movements of Italian design, that is, the Alchimia and Memphis Groups.
He has done extensive work. Michele De Lucchi is the author of Gli attributi dell'architetto ( avg rating, 1 rating, 1 review), Storie di architettura ( avg rating, 0 ratings /5(2). The first important monograph devoted to this grand master of Italian contemporary interior design: creator of numerous design furnishings.
This volume presents a vast panorama of architectural and design projects created from onwards. is a turning point in Michele De Lucchi's. Michele De Lucchi, known as designer and architect of significant buildings, such as the Padiglione Zero at the Milan EXPO ofhas prepared a series of hand-crafted wooden objects, assembled.
Named Person: Michele De Lucchi; Michele De Lucchi; Michele De Lucchi: Document Type: Book: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description. Michele De Lucchi is one of the new generation of Italian designers and architects who continue the tradition of Sottsass, Mendini and Castiglioni.
This, the first, volume of the "Designer Monographs" series discusses the multiple facets of Michele De Lucchi's personality and work. Covering five major areas of domestic design, International Design Yearbook 16 devotes separate chapters to furniture, lighting, tableware, textiles, and products created over the past 18 months by both well-known designers and new names from around the world.
This year's selection has been made by internationally acclaimed architect and lighting designer Michele De Lucchi. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Text in Italian and English.
Description: pages: illustrations (some color) ; 17 cm. This book, far from being an astronomical disseration, instead refers to the 'aftermath' of a lamp, and more precisely to what has happened in the professional life of Michele De Lucchi from the birth of the famous Tolomeo lamp, conceived inuntil today.Michele de Lucchi.
With a degree in architecture from Florence, he was at the forefront of movements such as Cavart, Alchymia and Memphis during the years of radical and experimentalafter years of studies, he designed Tolomeo for Artemide, the table lamp with which he won his first Compasso d’oro soon became the archetype of the lamp with adjustable arms.
Michele De Lucchi has designed products for Artemide, Dada Cucine, Kartell, Matsushita, Mauser, Poltrona Frau, and Olivetti, for whom he has been Head of Design since He has designed buildings for offices and museums, built in Japan, Germany and Italy.
Silvia Suardi is an architect and interior designer who works for De Lucchi Studio.