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  • INVENTARIO 13 Everything is a project cm 21 x 27 | 160 pages | paperback | 10,00 € English and Italian texts ISBN 978-88-7570-718-7

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

Thirteen editions, a Compasso d’Oro award, a series of exhibitions at Milan’s Poldi Pezzoli Museum, Inventario is now a well-consolidated, prestigious publication thanks to its quality contents, fresh design, focus on all areas of creativity, explored in all possible forms.

The cover of this edition, with an article that continues over the first pages, is dedicated to soap bubbles, a game of colours and transparencies that has always enchanted children and adults alike. Inside INVENTARIO, we find features that link the flow of thoughts, objects and images. The possibilities of the richness that empty space can acquire is explored by Beppe Finessi in “Bounces” and by Arianna Panarella who in “Lives as Projects” explores Eduardo Chillida’s idea in his design for the Montaña de Tindaya. In “Exercises in Style”, Paolo Bocchi shows the concrete result of the unusual union between manga and design, while Michele Calzavara investigates standardisation through the Bad Press project, by Diller + Scofidio. Cristina Fiordimela chooses the political and committed art of Ângela Ferrera for the column “The architecture of Art”; the scissors, with drawings and words by Giulio Iacchetti, are the protagonists of “Short Notes” and spatial continuity is the focus of the five plants chosen by Matteo Pirola for “Other Cases, Other Houses”. Marco Romanelli interviews the French designer Martin Szekely for “New Masters” and the brief but intense artistic experience of Francesco Lo Savio fills the pages of “Myths of Today” by Alberto Mugnaini. With his “Why” and the drawings by Marco Manini, Corrado Levi presents the Arabesque tables designed by Carlo Mollino made at the end of the 1940s. Nature is at the centre of the work by Elisabetta Di Maggio, analysed in its timeless beauty by Damiano Gullì in “Normal Wonders”, but also in Gabriel Orozco’s photography, chosen by Andrea Anastasio for “Absolutes”. The new feature “Hues” opens with Manolo De Giorgi and the colour orange, with some iconic images of objects and environments where this colour is protagonist; and dust, which does not slip into hidden corners but takes on different forms in the works of art presented by Marta Elisa Cecchi in “Bagatelle”. Marina Rosso is the creator of the shots that creatively interpret the Lake and Allegro lamps by Foscarini, which open and close the issue.


  • I — 183.
    Rimbalzi ⁄ Bounces

    di ⁄ by Beppe Finessi

  • I — 184.
    Vite come Progetto ⁄ Lives as Projects

    Eduardo Chillida
    di ⁄ by Arianna Panarella
    disegni di ⁄ drawings by
    Marco Manini

  • I — 185.  
    Esercizi di Stile ⁄ Exercises in Style

    50 manga chairs
    di ⁄ by Paolo Bocchi

  • I — 186.
    L’architettura dell’Arte ⁄ The architecture of Art

    Ângela Ferreira
    di ⁄ by Cristina Fiordimela

  • I — 187.
    Altri Casi, Altre Case ⁄ Other Cases, Other Houses

    Cinque piante ⁄ Five plans di ⁄ by Matteo Pirola

  • I — 188.
    Brevi Note ⁄ Short Notes

     Forbici ⁄ Scissors testi e disegni di ⁄ texts and drawings by Giulio Iacchetti

  • I — 189.
    Nuovi Maestri ⁄ New Masters

    Martin Szekely
    di ⁄ by Marco Romanelli

  • I — 190.
    Miti d’Oggi ⁄ Myths of Today

    Francesco Lo Savio
    di ⁄ by Alberto Mugnaini

  • I — 191.
    Perché ⁄ Why

    Carlo Mollino
    di ⁄ by Corrado Levi

  • I — 192.
    Assoluti ⁄ Absolutes

    Gabriel Orozco
    Extension of Reflection
    di ⁄ by Andrea Anastasio

  • I — 193.
    Normali Meraviglie ⁄ Normal Wonders

    Elisabetta Di Maggio
    di ⁄ by Damiano Gullì

  • I — 194. 
    Cromie ⁄ Hues

    Arancione ⁄ Orange
    di ⁄ by Manolo De Giorgi

  • I — 195. 

    Pòlvere ⁄ Dust
    di ⁄ by Marta Elisa Cecchi

  • I — 196.
    Esercizi di Stile ⁄ Exercises in Style

    Diller + Scofidio
    Bad Press
    di ⁄ by Michele Calzavara

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