At times, the world around you seems to be flourishing with architects. You shouldn't forget their crucial influence while stepping outside your town house. Architecture equals urban living: Cino Zucchi.
While waiting for Milan's Salone del Mobile, the Milanese crowd is bursting with energy and intellect. So just to give a few of those names to keep in mind, the buzz begins and ends with the greatest kind of design (for its measures): architecture.
From the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to the Politecnico in Milan, Cino Zucchi’s view on architecture is a global one. Professor Cino Zucchi is well known internationally for his seminars on urban architecture and his many writings on the subject. He participated in the organization and installation of Milan's Triennial XV, XVI, XVIII and XIX, his work was also present at Venice's Biennial 6°, 8° and 12°.
One thing is certain for a neophyte: Cino Zucchi loves the city and Milan. The most prominent example of this is the new Milan Fair at Abbiategrasso (where the Salone del Mobile will be taking place). Although he has participated and won many international projects, Cino Zucchi's impact in shaping the Milanese suburban landscape is crucial. The title of one of his texts claims that " A city is not a tree": from this statement we can start our own journey exploring his works and projects at: www.zucchiarchitetti.com