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Caccia Dominioni “Style”: exhibition in Verona
At the Museo di Castelvecchio in Verona the exhibition Stile di Caccia, curated by Fulvio Irace and Paola Marini reconstructs through a series archive documents the work of architect Luigi Caccia Dominioni produced up until the present, representing more than half a century of history of architecture and design in Milan.
An architect who best represents a professional approach and elegance which is specifically Milanese with a number of insertions into the historic fabric of the city carried out in accordance with the theories regarding site and context laid down by Ernesto N Rogers; he also brought into Italian homes in the second half of the century a number of objects which have entered into the history of industrial design.
The exhibition covers the different aspects of work which was both varied and always of high quality, from the Loro & Parisini factory to the family house in piazza S. Ambrogio, followed by a long series of residential projects right up to the radio Phonola 547.