Andrea Branzi in 2008
1987 Compasso d'oro1995 Compasso d'oro
Andrea Branzi (given birth to 30 November 1938) can be an Italian architect and developer.
Branzi was created in Florence where he also graduated in structures in 1966 along with his task "Supermarket- Luna Recreation area", a duplication of this task "Luna Recreation area II" (2001) reaches Center Georges Pompidou. Presently he lives and functions in Milan, Italy, where he relocated in 1973.His function and interests relate with industrial design, structures, urban arranging, and cultural advertising. He also functions as a teacher of industrial style on the Politecnico di Milano School.As well as Paolo Deganello, Massimo Morozzi, Gilberto Coretti, Dario and Lucia Bartolini he founded the Archizoom Associati in 1966. He's a promoter from the Italian Radical Structures movement. In the Radical Period, came the well-known Superarchitettura theoretical construction, which brought his function to Anti-Design. From 1976, he participated in the motion Alchimia, founded by Alessandro Guerriero. The motion was thought as a laboratory for experimental commercial style. In his profession, Branzi composed many books, among that are Learning from Milan, The Scorching House and Local Animals (released by MIT press), 'Nouvelles de la Metropole Froide' (Center Georges Pompidou) and Introduzione al Style Italiano. Branzi provides collaborated numerous Italian architectural journals such as for example 'Interni', 'Domus', 'Casabella'. He in addition has been the editor of MODO (1983–1987).In 1983 he was among the founders from the 'Domus Academy', the initial international post-graduate college of design.His enormous function Vase was on everlasting screen in the courtyard of the look Museum in Gent but has since been moved to the Verbeke Base. In 2008 he set up his work Open up Enclosures on the Fondation Cartier in Paris.In 2008 Andrea Branzi was called an Honorary Royal Developer in britain. The same season he launched some shelf products and console desks entitled "Trees and shrubs", that have been exhibited at Carpenters Workshop Gallery in Paris. "Officially, these pieces certainly are a joy, the rigid monochrome geometry from the steel playing against the patterned vitality from the tree. But addititionally there is something surreal about just how these highly intimate trees and shrubs boldly invade this achieved minimalist home furniture", - writes The Financial Moments. The "Trees and shrubs" exhibition represents "continuation of his considering on structures".