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ONE TWO FIVE, Steven Holl
For the first time in Italy, Steven Holl arrives in Milan with an exhibition dedicated to his design identity and his distinctive trait: watercolor. His drawings, projects’ sketches, watercolors, limited edition furniture and sculptures, some of which clearly refer to the strong bond that has always connected Steven Holl to Italy, will be presented from April 18th to June 3rd.
The exposition will be staged at the historical location of Jannone Gallery, Corso Garibaldi 125, Milan.
Partners of ONE TWO FIVE project, our associated Company Cooperativa Operai Cavatori Botticino, together with Linearstone, one of our Licensees User of the Collective Mark of Origin, Fratelli Garletti, producer of smart hinge system; Pimar, extraction and processing of natural stone and Quadro, producer of stainless steel design taps.
An installation site specific, by Architects Stevan Tesic and Milena Veljkovic, made of Botticino Classico marble and moved by Dinamica Smart Hinge System, which is a movement system produced by Fratelli Garletti and selected by ADI Design Index in 2017 and Compasso d’Oro candidate in 2018, will be exhibited in the courtyard of Jannone Gallery, for all the duration of Fuorisalone.
ONE TWO FIVE – Steven Holl
Antonia Jannone Gallery
Corso Garibaldi 125 Milan
From April 18th to June 3rd, from Tuesday to Saturday from 3.30 pm to 7.30 pm, in the morning by appointment.
During the Milan Design Week the gallery will be open from 11.00 to 20.00
Steven Holl (Bremerton, USA, 1947), considered one of America’s most important architects, graduated from the University of Washington and pursued architecture studies in Rome in 1970. In 1976 he attended the Architectural Association in London. He is principal designer of STEVENHOLL ARCHITECTS Studio in New York, for which he signs every project.
He carried out cultural, civil and residential projects all over the world: among others, the Kiasma Museum in Helsinki, the MIT Simmons Hall in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Nelson-Atkins museum in Kansas City, the Horizontal Skyscraper in Shenzhen, the Herning Museum in Denmark, the Cité de l’Ocean et du Surf in Biarritz, the Reid Building at the Glasgow Institute of Art and the Maggie’s Center Barts in London. He received international awards among the most prestigious, such as the Velux Daylight Award for Architecture in 2016, in 2014 the Praemium Imperiale International Arts Award for Architecture, in 2012 the AIA Gold Medal. He was awarded honorary degrees from Seattle University, from Moholy-Nagy University of Budapest and from Polytechnic of Milan.