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I BBPR a Cantù

Cantù Città del Mobile – VII Festival del Legno | September 28th – October 6th 2019

“I don't like technique, except as a means to express poetic feelings, but I can't stand things done badly; although they are simple the few furniture I designed require skill in those who execute them; therefore I entrusted them to Piero Frigerio from Cantù, who works with love equal to the wisdom of an ancient Italian craftsman; I am grateful to him also this time for giving me the opportunity to achieve with precision the things thought”. Ernesto Nathan Rogers, 1947.

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

September 28th, 5 pm, special guest Roberto Dulio, Associate Professor in History of Architecture, in dialogue with Stefano Poli, adjunct Professor in History of Art, Politecnico di Milano.