Led by Michele De Lucchi and his design team at studio_aMDL, the restoration of Portrait Milano for the Ferragamo - Lungarno Collection, and its conversion into an accommodation complex investigates the historical identity of the place to enhance its constructive characteristics in full respect of its symbolic meaning.
At the Venice Pavilion of the 17th Architecture Biennale, Michele De Lucchi and AMDL CIRCLE organized an exhibition on “Education Stations” where the question of spaces for learning and teaching is addressed using the design criteria of the Earth Stations, visionary architectures that aim to expand thinking towards a desirable and beneficial future for our planet and future generations.
The innovative kettle designed by Michele De Lucchi for Alessi SpA as part of the Plissé collection which resembles a folded sheet of fabric is joined by a blender, a hand blender, a toaster, and a citrus squeezer, making up the iconic Plissé appliances collection.
Michele De Lucchi presented a couple of days before his artworks, drawings, and sculptures, named Legni Cuciti which means "sawn woods", in the Galleria Antonia Jannone, in Milan. The exhibition consists of ten sculptures and fifteen compositions of drawings that refer to wood processing and design.
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