From October 21 to 23, the ADI Design Museum will bring four decades of design made in Italy to the cinema.
Through documentaries, video clips, and short films, the most important moments of the history of design from the second half of the 20th century will be traced.
The review is part of Hearst Italia’s Milano Design Stories, the new events hub created to explore the design world of the cultural and social context in which it developed.
The palimpsest, organized by Silvia Robertazzi and Porzia Bergamasco, investigates the flourishing years of Italian industrial design through documents dedicated to the great masters and iconic objects that revolutionized the contemporary scenario.
The screenings will trace the great events of Italian design by proceeding strictly chronologically: on Friday the 21st it will start with the 1960s and end only on Sunday the 23rd with the 1990s.