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With these two, one thing always seemed to lead to another. Their revolutionary work in moulded plywood led to their breakthrough work in moulded fibreglass seating. Because of a magazine contest, they created their highly innovative Case Study house. Their love of photography led to filmmaking, including a huge seven-screen presentation at the Moscow World's Fair in , in a dome designed by their friend and colleague, Buckminster Fuller.

Graphic design led to showroom design, toy collecting to toy inventing. And a wooden plank contraption, rigged up by their friend, director Billy Wilder for taking naps, led to their acclaimed chaise design. A design critic once said that this extraordinary couple just wanted to make the world a better place. That is what they did. They also made it a lot more interesting. The greatest obstacle to understanding a work of art is trying too hard.

Every facet of design process has to maintain a relationship with the senses. When you confront an object you have got to touch it, smell it, listen to it Ashtray Cubo Cat Meo Romeo 9 Bruno Munari In he got in touch with Futurist Movement, in he created Useless Machines, in he started a collaboration with Einaudi editor as a graphic editorialist.

He was always sensitive to the child's world, using arts as a means of supporting didactics.

This artist, writer, designer, architect, graphic, designer, educator, philosopher, had no interest in luxury or in trendy ideas, but rather in ideas with a greater permanence.

He was also more interested in method instead of an artistic gesture.

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The Munari Principle was as follows: lucidity, leanness, exactitude and humour. His advice: Take life as seriously as a game.

These objects were not finished in a practical sense, but were intended to demonstrate that an apparently dry theory can be approached in an imaginative and unconventional manner.

One of the directresses of the Museum of Modern Art once wrote The thing is, I just can't go to the table anymore without thinking of Munari!. Munari and Futurism At the age of eighteen, Munari moved to Milan where he earned a living by working in different graphic arts offices.

In he became involved in the second stage of the futurist movement, taking part into numerous national and international exhibitions, such as the Biennial Exhibition of Modern Art in Venice , , , the Quadrennial Exhibition in Rome , The Triennial Exhibition in Milan , and in Paris , , Useless machines In , he became interested in abstract and airy sculpture.

In he created the first Useless Machine, which enabled him to become one of the most renowned artists in that period.

He pursued his own artistic career by realizing a number of graphic art works, contributing to numerous magazines, and illustrating futuristic books. His industrial production In , Munari created his Negative-Positive and carried out his first fountain for the Biennial Exhibition of Modern Art in Venice, which was followed by other fountains culminating in the fountain presented in Tokyo Two golden Callipers and testified the brand new design characterizing his products on the eve of a co-operation with the firm Danese, for whom he realized a whole series of internationally renowned objects cubic ashtray, lamps.

Between and , he created his first travel Sculptures in flexible cardboard, which were followed by the sectional sculptures Continuous Structures in During that period, he travelled abroad more often, particularly in Japan, because of evident cultural affinities. On behalf of Olivetti he organized the famous previously planned art exhibition in In , he presented a project of minimal habitable room with Ferges Davanzati and Ranzoni at the Triennial in Milan.

The world of children; Dwelling-place While he kept on working as a graphic artist and as a designer, the world of children became 10 increasingly important for him.

Aside from these objects, he created books for children's authors , followed in by the first Workshop for Children, which is still very much in demand all over the world. The only vital object! What I do is start with natural ingredients and give them a form of use, ergonomics etc.

I began to get interested in tattoos as functional signs. Washable tattoos could be used as a ruler for designer or a map for lost tourists. He does not follow the normal path in which designers interpret the companies question in order to give an answer closely connected with the possibilities of the company.

He takes the freedom to make his own rules understandable and respected. Design society examine his works because of his background and interest in this world. The power of his ideas is noticed internationally and published amongst others in Domus.

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A Dutch publisher is preparing a major book on all his works so far. Marti is designing the book himself. In a publication in he shows his humorous interest in food and food consumption, and how to please a fish in its aquarium. With his interest in human behaviour and sociology he provides enjoyable and touching results. Presentations and Workshops Undesigning Design, Techno-gastrosofie, designtology, designtoxicology.

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The New York Times, ,pp. The road frequently traveled. Fast Company April pp. El disseny comestible de Marti Guixe, Avui, , pp. Food for Thought. FRAME magazine May-June pp Karin Pollack.

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Visibility Others can see my Clipboard.It was not only the chairs that reflected their interest in society, it was also their completely open-minded attitude, their will to experiment and their sociological and environmental view on the world which became known as design, and which perhaps formed the foundations of their quality. It can also range from changing behaviours, to promoting a message, to disseminating information. May-June pp Karin Pollack.

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Between and , he created his first travel Sculptures in flexible cardboard, which were followed by the sectional sculptures Continuous Structures in During that period, he travelled abroad more often, particularly in Japan, because of evident cultural affinities. Items matching Accordion Classical Accordionists.

He takes the freedom to make his own rules understandable and respected.