Prof. Giampiero Bosoni

Full Professor in Interior Architecture and Exhibit of Politecnico di Milano, Design School and Architecture School. He is an expert of Theory and History of Design with a focus on furniture and everyday use objects.

Architect, he has collaborated with Figini e Pollini, Vittorio Gregotti and Enzo Mari, with whom has developed the interests around the history and theory of the project in the architecture and design fields. Particularly around topics of design and living, Bosoni has written and edited several books and realized different articles for several magazines of the field (Casabella, Domus, Abitare, Area, Interni, Lotus, Ottagono, Crossing, Progex, Print, Rassegna, Pluriverso among others). Between 1982 and 1994 was appointed as editor of the Rassegna-Problemi di Architettura dell’ambiente Magazine (directed by Vittorio Gregotti) in which he has been chief editor of three monograph issues. From 1989 to 1994 has been director of the Progex-Design & installation Architecture magazine foundation, a four-monthly issued magazine for museums, exhibitions, and commercial installations. In 1997 he had created and curated for the Triennale di Milano, the exhibition “Museo del Design,” giving birth to the first nucleus of the historical collection of Italian design of the Triennale. In the years 2006-08 Giampiero curated the international exhibition Il Modo Italiano, Italian Design and Avant-garde in the 20th Century, (MBAM Montréal, ROM Toronto, MART Rovereto), as well as the exhibition and catalog called “Made in Cassina” dedicated to the renowned furniture company Cassina (Triennale di Milano 2008, Tokio 2009, Parigi, New York).

He has been a speaker at different Universities, schools and cultural institutions in Italy (Torino, Genova, Venezia, Ferrara, Roma, Bari, Palermo) and abroad (Barcelona, Zagreb, Lugano, Shanghai, Seoul, Montréal, Tokio).

Since 1989, with the studio Bosoni+Ranza, develops architectural projects as well as interior design and exhibition design.

Prof. Bosoni prepares a book of the Italian design history for the Museum of Modern Art di New York (MOMA)

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