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Alessandro Mendini

A Graphics Presentation about the graphic designer Alessandro Mendini.

Ryan Gleave

on 29 April 2010

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Transcript of Alessandro Mendini

Alessandro Mendini was born in 1931 in Milan, Italy.
He is a Designer, Architect and Artist.

He is currently teaching at the University of Milan, and he runs his own practise in Milan called the Atelier Mendini, along with his brother Francesco Mendini. Designs Mendini has designed mainly Buildings and Furniture, but has also done Graphics, Interiors and Paintings.

He has always incorporated a unique style of mixing different cultures and different forms of expression into his work. Introduction Buildings;
The Alessi residence in Omegna in Italy.
The Theatre Complex “Teatrino della Bicchieraia in Arezzo, Italy.
The Forum Museum of Omegna in Italy.
A Memorial Tower in Hiroshima, Japan.
The Groninger Museum in The Netherlands.
The Arosa Casino in Switzerland. Proust Armchair - Furniture; Papilio Coffee Table - He also created a famous corkscrew design. - (It is thought to have been inspired by
Mendini's Girlfriend, as she is always smiling.) Mendini played an important role in Italian design in the 1970s and 1980s with his artistic designs.

He has organized design exhibitions around the world and his design work is represented in leading museums and collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Alessandro
Mendini By, Ryan Gleave The End Memorial Tower, Hiroshima, Japan Groninger Museum, Holland He worked for the Italian Magazines; Casabella, Modo and Domus.
And in 1979 he joined the Studio Alchimia.
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