Tuesday, June 10, 2008
Italo Lupi, an architect by training, devoted himself to graphic design from the start of his career. He was formerly art director of Domus magazine and editor-in-chief and art director of Abitare, an international magazine on architecture, art, and design. Together with Achille Castiglioni he designed the general settings of the XVI Triennale of Milan and the exhibition Venezia e la sua laguna at the Correr Museum. With Migliore+Servetto he “dressed” the whole of Turin with over ten thousand installations for 2006 Olympic Games. He is the Royal Designer for London but is based in Milan where he designs graphics and exhibitions.