Interni milanesi – domestic architecture by Vico Magistretti is an exhibition in three chapters on the design of home interiors in Milan and in the new districts.
The first chapter illustrated the projects of three large apartments and the interiors of the building on Corso di Porta Romana (details at https://www.internimagazine.it/news/agenda/interni-milanesi-secondo-capitolo/?).
The second explored the theme of residence in the city, with four projects: from the home of Magistretti himself on Via Bellini to the suburban project of Milano San Felice (details at https://www.internimagazine.it/news/agenda/interni-milanesi-architetture-domestiche-di-vico-magistretti/).
On 17 November the third and last chapter begins, this time on three elegant residences made in the early years of Magistretti’s career (the Bordogna and Rosenberg apartments in 1948, and the Brioschi apartment in 1951), and the group of homes designed for the producer of prefabricated construction parts MBM in the 1960s: an architectural concept that extends from the design of the structure to the scale of economical industrially produced furnishings.
Exhibition produced by Fondazione studio museo Vico Magistretti
Curated by Vanni Pasca with Manuela Leoni
Exhibit design by Francesco Librizzi Studio
Archival research Margherita Pellino
Graphic design Bunker
Translations Steve Piccolo