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(Copenhagen, 1902 – 1971)
Considered the father of Danish modern design, Arne Jacobsen carried out the most personal and fruitful interpretation of functionalism, adapting it to the traditional aesthetics of his country and thus creating a modern style that has transcended places, time and fashion. He graduated in 1924 from technical school and in 1927 from the Royal Danish Academy in Copenhagen.
Although he is known as an architect, it is his work as an industrial designer that has brought Knud Holscher to international attention and recognition. He graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 1957. He collaborated with Arne Jacobsen on the Santa Catalina (Oxford) project. For many years he was a partner of KHR Architects A/S with Svend Axelsson.
Bjarke Ingels (BIG)
Danish architect, founded the BIG architecture studio in 2006. Composed of a group of architects, designers, builders and theorists of architecture, urban planning and development. Bjarke Ingels seeks to achieve the balance between conventional architecture and experimental architecture.
(Brescia, 1972 – 2016)
Sergio Mori was a designer specialized in the creation of everyday objects. Over the years he designed and coordinated the image of numerous companies in the sector. Parallel to his creative activity, he worked as a university professor: he taught industrial design at the Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan, where he graduated, and at the LABA Academy of Fine Arts in Brescia.
Jean Nouvel, French architect. One of the most innovative and controversial of recent times. Nouvel combines rigorous geometry and the most technological industrial materials. His buildings are characterized by great structural originality and the dialogue they establish with the spatial and cultural environment in which they are registered..