From "archizoom" in the 1970s, to Memphis and Alchimia in the 1980s, the work developed by Andrea Branzi is that of a true theoretician of design. His versatility is explicit in his production, publishing and teaching. Here, Branzi is interviewed at length; his brilliance shines through onto the page, and no connoisseur of design should miss this volume.
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