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  • INVENTARIO 02 Everything is a project cm 21 x 27 | 160 pages | paperback | 10,00 € English and Italian texts ISBN 978-88-7570-280-9

  • An editorial initiative created and managed by Beppe Finessi, edited by Corraini, promoted and supported by Foscarini.

INVENTARIO illustrates the project concept from a whole range of different perspectives, shifting freely between disciplines associated by the common will to create.

INVENTARIO directs the flow of objects and thoughts through a number of regular columns: “boxes” that contain expressly sought out and logically ordered contents. Paolo Bocchi disentangles life with the adventure of Philippe Petit, the tightrope walker who in August 1974 stretched a wire between New York’s Twin Towers, to then take a 45 minute walk across, suspended 400 metres in the air. Francesco Garutti catalogues the meticulous daily existence of artist André Cadere (1934- 1978), already a “myth of the present”, who makes, tongue in cheek, permutation and utopia part of his artistic concept. The “new masters” of contemporary design, Fernando & Humberto Campana, chat to Marco Romanelli about the aesthetic alchemy of their own approach. Matteo Pirola rewrites the entry “Windows” from the “architect’s manual inventorying works of art and architecture. Mirko Zardini and Giovanna Borasi propose examples of urban action that lie somewhere between provocation and clever solutions. And there’s much more besides. To mark the 150th anniversary of Italian Unity, the cover of INVENTARIO 02 is dedicated to works of art that reflect the colours of the Italian flag. INVENTARIO does not talk about Foscarini: the company is present only at the opening and closing of the issue, in an interpretation by an ever-changing international photographer. In issue 02 we discover two original shots by photographer Max Rommel who imagined the Caboche suspension lamp and the Lumiere XXL table lamp in an unusual key, photographing them inside the cabin of a truck. A unique setting that is thus transformed into a corner of an home.


  • I — 21.
    Per Inventario ⁄ For Inventario

    Olimpia Zagnoli
    di ⁄ by Stefano Salis

  • I — 22.

    V come Vento ⁄ W as in Wind
    di ⁄ by Francesco M. Cataluccio
    ricerca e commenti ⁄ research
    and descriptions Dalia Greppi

  • I — 23.
    Vite come progetto ⁄ Lives as projects

    Philippe Petit
    di ⁄ by Paolo Bocchi
    disegni ⁄ drawings Marco Manini

  • I — 24.
    L’architettura dell’Arte ⁄ The architecture of Art

    Felice Varini
    di ⁄ by Giacinto Di Pietrantonio

  • I — 25.
    Miti d’Oggi ⁄ Myths of Today

    André Cadere
    di ⁄ by Francesco Garutti

  • I — 26.
    Accoppiamenti giudiziosi ⁄ Judicious pairing

    Croci ⁄ Crosses:
    Giulio Iacchetti vs…
    di ⁄ by Marco Minuz

  • I — 27.
    Punto Tecnico ⁄ Technical Matters

    Tavoli smontabili
    ⁄ Demountable tables
    di ⁄ by Daniele Greppi

  • I — 28.
    Nuovi Maestri ⁄ New Masters

    Fernando & Humberto Campana
    di ⁄ by Marco Romanelli

  • I — 29.
    Idee ⁄ Ideas

    23 progetti ⁄ projects
    di ⁄ by Deborah Duva
    disegni ⁄ drawings Marco Manini

  • I — 30.
    Altri sguardi ⁄ Other gazes

    Hélène Binet
    di ⁄ by Massimo Curzi

  • I — 31.
    Manuale dell’Architetto ⁄ Architect’s Manual

    Finestre ⁄ Windows
    di ⁄ by Matteo Pirola

  • I — 32.
    Architetti trasversali⁄ Crossover architects

    Bernard Khoury
    di ⁄ by Michele Calzavara

  • I — 33.
    Cosa segue cosa

    Nina Beier
    a cura di ⁄ edited by
    Lungomare Bolzano-Bozen
    Angelika Burtscher
    e ⁄ and Daniele Lupo

  • I — 34. 
    Piccole cose ⁄ Small things

    La città contemporanea:
    un inventario di azioni
    ⁄ The contemporary city:
    an inventory of some actions
    di ⁄ by Giovanna Borasi
    e ⁄ and Mirko Zardini

  • I — 35.
    Assoluti ⁄ Absolutes

    Casa Press ⁄ Press House
    Marco Zanuso
    di ⁄ by Manolo De Giorgi

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