25 Oct-10 Feb 2008. A tribute to this great Italian designer on the centenary of his birth. Munari, who was originally influenced by the Futurist movement, is best known as a graphic and industrial designer. As well as the 200 works on display here there are sections dedicated to his architectural projects, his ideas for the creative development of children through the use of toys and his teaching workshops for schools and families.
Address Rotonda di Besana, Via Besana 12, Milan. 09.30-19.30 Tues-Sun, Mon closed
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Bruno Munari (1907-1998).
Rotonda di Besana, Via Besana 12, Milan. 09.30-19.30 Tues-Sun, Mon closed
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