Andrea Branzi
DESIGNER

Andrea Branzi

Andrea Branzi, architect and designer, born in Florence in 1938, where he graduated in 1967, lives and works in Milano.
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.
He is a Co-founder of Domus Academy, the first international postgraduate design school.
Since 1967 he works in the fields of industrial and research design, architecture, urban planning, education and cultural promotion.
In 1987 he received the Compasso d'Oro for his career. He is a Professor at the Third Faculty of Architecture and Industrial Design of Politecnico di Milano.

Designer's Products

5 901,64 €

Consolle in stainless steel, handmade finishBacklit consolle: holds vases, books, sculptures.

10 327,87 €

Shelves in stainless steel and plexiglassHanging frame on to support photos, small pots, small books, knick-knacks.

5 409,84 €

Floor lamp with plexi terminalFloor lamp in stainless steel and plexiglass.

491,80 €

"The dance, intended as an eternal circle and sacred ritual and celebration of the ancient tribal traditions." This is the reference of Andrea Branzi when he thought of this series of three pieces that define these new vase-basket in polished brass. In the tallest version, a double ring of dancers crosses and overlaps by defining a double opposed movement.

549,18 €

"The dance, intended as an eternal circle and sacred ritual and celebration of the ancient tribal traditions." This is the reference of Andrea Branzi when he thought of this series of three pieces that define these new vase-basket in polished brass. In the tallest version, a double ring of dancers crosses and overlaps by defining a double opposed movement.

467,21 €

"The dance, intended as an eternal circle and sacred ritual and celebration of the ancient tribal traditions." This is the reference of Andrea Branzi when he thought of this series of three pieces that define these new vase-basket in polished brass. In the tallest version, a double ring of dancers crosses and overlaps by defining a double opposed movement.

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