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Open Design Italia

It follows the event recently opened “Open Design Italia”,  first Biennial of self-produced design organized by Selected – curated by the architect Elena Santi and Laura Succini along with the Cultural Association Design Aperto in collaboration with ICREDIBOL and ICEBERG, the cultural Office of Bologna city, GIOVANI DʼARTE, Culture Office of Modena city and Ottagono Magazinewhich will be held on 20th November 2011 until 9.30 pm in Bologna at the I Portici Hotel, featuring the work of 29 young, self-produced Italian and European designers – as the work by interior designers VicoloPagliaCorta under the sign of sustanaibility, Nicholas Cheng, Lanzavecchia+ Wai, duo of interior designers making furnishing covered by lycra – and including the creations “Design in gabbia”- standing as “design in cage” – by Anthony Knight and Raffaella Brunzin [handmade], bright fashion designers and Professors at the Fashion Design Faculty in Treviso of IUAV University of Venice. A not to be missed happening to enjoy the contemporary creativity.

“OPEN DESIGN ITALIA”, LA PRIMA BIENNALE DEL DESIGN AUTOPRODOTTO ALL’ HOTEL I PORTICI DI BOLOGNA

Anthony Knight at Treviso Faculty of Fashion Design of University of Venice IUAV

Prosegue l’evento recentemente inaugurato “Open Design Italia”, la prima Biennale del design autoprodotto organizzata da Selected – curata dall’ architetto Elena Santi e Laura Succini unitamente all’ Associazione Culturale Design Aperto in collaborazione con ICREDIBOL e ICEBERG, il settore cultura del Comune di Bologna, GIOVANI DʼARTE, il settore cultura del Comune di Modena e la rivista Ottagonoche si terrà il 20 novembre 2011 fino alle ore 21:30 a Bologna presso I Portici Hotel di cui sarà protagonista l’ opera di 29 giovani designer autoprodotti – quale il lavoro degli interior designer VicoloPagliaCorta all’ insegna della sostenibilità, Nicholas Cheng, Lanzavecchia+ Wai, duo di interior designer che realizzano arredi ricoperti di lycra – e includerà anche la creazione “Design in gabbia” di Anthony Knight e Raffaella Brunzin [handmade], brillanti stilisti e Professori alla Facoltà di Design della Moda di Treviso dell’ Università IUAV di Venezia. Un evento imperdibile per apprezzare la creatività contemporanea.

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Maria Luisa Frisa

I was very pleased to be present at the one day event recently held in Treviso at the Fashion Design Faculty – directed by the bright author, fashion curator and critic Maria Luisa Frisa – of Iuav University. I appreciated along with Simone Sbarbati – editor of blog Frizzi Frizzi – the fashion suggestions created by its students during the fashion show – which ended with the smashing track by John Lennon “Give peace a chance”. The show was held at the Teatro Comunale along with the wonderful performances and installations at the rooms of Faculty that were curated by the awesome Judith Clark, showcasing the works of students who attended the laboratories headed by the professors: Fabio Quaranta, Silvano Arnoldo, Bouboutic, Maria Vittoria Sargentini, Anthony Knight, Carlo Contrada, Angelo Figus and many other vibrant creatives. The success of event is in great part due to the laudable work developed by Maria Luisa Frisa and the institution which she heads. The end result makes clear the concrete, contemporary and detailed approach by a public Institution, forming talents, culture about fashion and the construction of fashion products under the sign of a contemporary mood.

 

IUAV OPENING DAY, UNA GIORNATA CHE CELEBRA LA MODA GIOVANE CONTEMPORANEA

Judith Clark

Sono stata molto lieta di essere presente all’evento di un giorno recentemente tenuto a Treviso presso la Facoltà di Design della Moda – diretta dalla brillante scrittrice, curatrice e critica di moda Maria Luisa Frisa – della Università Iuav. Ho apprezzato unitamente a Simone Sbarbati – editore del blog Frizzi Frizzi  – le suggestioni moda create dai suoi studenti durante la sfilata che si è conclusa con il formidabile brano di John Lennon “Give peace a chance”. La sfilata si è svolta presso il Teatro Comunale insieme a meravigliose performance e installazioni presso la Facoltà che sono state curate dalla fantastica Judith Clark, hanno esposto i lavori degli studenti che hanno frequentato i laboratori diretti dai professori: Fabio Quaranta, Silvano Arnoldo, Bouboutic, Maria Vittoria Sargentini, Anthony Knight, Carlo Contrada, Angelo Figus e molti altri vibranti creativi. Il successo dell’evento è in gran parte dovuto al lodevole lavoro consolidato da Maria Luisa Frisa e l’istituzione da lei diretta. Dal risultato finale si evince l’approccio, concreto dettagliato e contemporaneo da parte di un’Istituzione pubblica che forma talenti, cultura nell’ambito della moda e della costruzione di prodotti moda all’insegna di un mood contemporaneo.

Installation featuring the creation by Iuav students at Treviso Iuav University

Installations featuring the creations by Iuav students at Treviso Iuav University

An item by a Iuav student

A Iuav student working at the laboratory

 
 

A Iuav student working at the laboratory

Anthony Knight

Drawings by the Iuav studentsA drawing by a Iuav student

Bags by Iuav students

The storyboard of collection by Iuav students

The storyboard of collection by Iuav students

Shoes by Iuav students

Shoes by Iuav students

The creations by Iuav students and Simone Sbarbati on the frame

The creations by students of Bag Design and Product Develovpment of Iuav in collaboration with Bottega Veneta

The laboratory by Angelo Figus with Francesca Colombo

Laboratory by Angelo Figus with Francesca Colombo

Creations by Iuav studentsEvelyn Furlan

Arianna Mazzer

Elisa Miele

Diletta Albertini

Lucia Pontremoli

Caterina Dorigo

Greta Raccani

Letizia Bocchi

Claudia Nalesso

Alessandra Micolucci

The end of fashion show at Treviso Teatro Comunale

Performance at Fashion Design Iuav Faculty

Performance at Iuav Fashion Design Faculty

Performance featuring the creations of the knitwear laboratory headed by Bouboutic

Performance featuring the creations made by the students who attended the laboratory headed by Fabio Quaranta

Fabio Quaranta and the tailor Silvana

Project "Cube Couture" by Manuele Scapini, Professor Michel Bergamo

Project "Cube Couture" by Manuele Scapini, Professor Michel Bergamo

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