Andrea Branzi’s design projects are known worlwide, no wonders why he is named Mostro Sacro, which meand: sacred monster. He is a pioneer, an explorer of new perspectives of design.
Andrea was born in the beautiful Italian city of Florence, in 1938, and we bet the beautiful views inspired him, such as the italian design! He graduated in architecture in 1966, and decided to move to the Italian city of design and fashion: the beautiful Milan.
Milan is the ‘crib’ of many design experts, and also the chosen spot to some of the most important design tradeshows and events such as iSaloni.
Andrea got all eyes in his work when he created the Superonda, in 1966, a stunning sofa he created for Potronova, and also No Stop City, between 1969-1872.
Today, we’ll explore two interesting designs the artist developed!
Andrea decided to do a combo between theater and design. Eventhough we’re talking about two forms of art, they have always been seen far apart. Design is much more technological and theater is more linked with emotions and feelings.
Design’s main goal is to emerge feelings and emotions, and we can go back in history to see it! In Roman times, our ancestors used to use masks and dance to protect themselves from evil spirits.
Today, design has been seen as one of the main tools to solve the world’s biggest issues such as Global Warming.
Look around you, we are not alone. There are empty spaces but they are just a collision of inumerous cosmic orbits.