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Asnago e Vender architetti a Cantù

Festival del Legno 2018 | Cantù, September 29th – October 14th

Gio Ponti wrote: “...for Mario Asnago (1896-1981) and Claudio Vender (1904-1986) more than anyone else, we can say that the modern architecture exists...”However few people know that in Cantù there are important tracks of their operate, not only architecture, but also “furniture which seem made of thin lamina connected by live filaments...”

Showroom Eredi Marelli | Via IV Novembre, 11 | 9-12 am | 3-7 pm

October 6th, 5 pm, special guest Stefano Poli, adjunct Professor in 20th Century History of Architecture and Art, Politecnico di Milano

October 6th special opening of the Colombo Houses, designed by Mario Asnago and Claudio Vender between 1932 and 1935