Meet the top architect that steals hearts all over Milan, a genius of design: Andrea Branzi.
Meet Andrea Branzi, who in Italian would be defined as a Mostro Sacro (sacred monster) of Italian Architecture. His incredible career has lead to more than 50 years of experience in the design field, creating pieces of art that have inspired design aficionados all over the world. Want to get inspired as well and learn more about top architect, Andrea Branzi? Keep reading!
Andrea Branzi was born in Florence in 1938. He graduated in architecture in 1966 with his project “Supermarket- Luna Park” (you can find a reproduction, namely “Luna Park II” (2001) at Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris) and has moved to Milan in 1973 where he has been working and living and where he is also teaching industrial design, focusing on his main areas of interest which are: industrial design, architecture, urban planning, and cultural promotion.
Of course, it’s no surprise that Andrea Branzi has won quite a few awards during his career, including two Golden Compass (in 1987 and 1995) and the prestigious industrial design award. He also co-founded Archizoom Associati (1966) and was one of the founders of ‘Domus Academy’, the first international post-graduate school of design. In 2008 Andrea Branzi was also named an Honorary Royal Designer in the United Kingdom. It’s hard to deny his influence in the world of design and architecture.
“I’ve always been inside this profile which corresponds to my personal attitudes, that is I try to carry our designing as a form of reflection, an evolved form of thought, also as a knowable category. the core of my work is not architecture per se, a discipline per se, I’m interested in architecture and the discipline because of its tight bond with knowledge.”Andrea Branzi for DesignBoom
Andrea Branzi wasn’t just interested in architecture though, his work has lead him to also become a product designer of iconic pieces such as Revers Chairs, Superonda Sofa or Goccia Lamp, showcasing how minimal, contemporary and stunning design can really become, all while being entirely functional.
These are just a few examples of the incredible vision of this modern reformist architect. His revolutionary ideas have been the base of study for many more, and many have cited his work as unique and stimulating. His unique project of urban planning will be the base of more futuristic approaches, we are sure.
The man is not simply an architect, just like Leonardo was not just an artist, he has more levels to his introspective personality, a sight for what is needed, and an everlasting hope for human development.
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