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Andrea Branzi
 
Andrea Branzi (born 1938 in Florence, lives and works in Milano) is an Italian architect and designer. From 1964 to 1974 he was a partner of Archizoom Associati, first vanguard group internationally known, whose projects are preserved at Centro Studi e Archivio della Comunicazione in Parma and at Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. Since 1967 he works in the fields of industrial and research design, architecture, urban planning, education and cultural promotion. Author of numerous historic and theoretic books on design, he is a two-time laureate of the Compasso d'Oro in 1987 and 1995. Co-founder of the Domus Academy, the first International school of design for post-graduates, Branzi is currently Professor at the Third Faculty of Architecture and Industrial Design of Politecnico di Milano.
 
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1997
French edition
Dis Voir
At the heart of the debates which over the past forty years have made design what it is, the work developed by Andrea Branzi stands out as that of a theoretician of design, as much in terms of his production, his writing and lecturing (comprehensive monograph).

1997
English edition
Dis Voir
At the heart of the debates which over the past forty years have made design what it is, the work developed by Andrea Branzi stands out as that of a theoretician of design, as much in terms of his production, his writing and lecturing (comprehensive monograph).