Over twenty years of collaborations within one of the most important institution in Italy: a modernization project based on renovation, addition and enhance of its existing potential.
Luca Cipelletti presents a new project of structural design and domestic architecture designed for Giustini / Stagetti and presented at Design Miami Basel 2019
Luca Cipelletti and David Tremlett collaboration in Bari. A project for the Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali
The second collaboration with Soundwalk Collective: a soundscape of the Mediterranean exhibited during Manifesta 12 in Palermo.
The Bitossi historical archive will be enhanced by a dedicated Museum, build within the company’s industrial area, to celebrate the brand heritage as well as the creativity of key contemporary designers.
The project consists of a renovation and functional conversion of the old Austrian Stables (le Cavallerizze) within the precints of the Museo Nazionale della Scienza e Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci in Milan.
“A Darwinian Design. A new passage in the process of this museum’s evolution that has never stopped changing since 1953, the year of its foundation”
(Irene Guzman, ABITARE 553)
The fascinating museographical challenge of a new contemporary art collection displayed inside two medieval treasures to be restored in the town centre of Rimini.
“A garden is sacred, in a way, both a physical entity and an allegorical device. It is many things: symbol, crest and emblem; Arcadia and Eden; Pan and Demeter; prophecy and oracle; a form of heraldry and magic; ritual and spell.” (Lea Vergine – ABITARE N.150)
Three collaborations with Soundwalk Collective: a soundscape of the Mediterranean basin.
solo exhibition at Giustini/Stagetti Gallery in Rome.
“A brilliant dialogue between art, design, architecture and landscape that promotes history to the future” – “The result of a virtuous meet between a passionate architect, Luca Cipelletti and a master of contemporary art, David Tremlett…a dialogue as a total project, built on correspondences between art, architecture and design” (Francesca Taroni – Filippo Romeo, LIVING 6 – 2014 – Corriere della Sera)
A revolutionary vision for the international success of the Shit Museum in Castelbosco: where all is based on the principle of constant transformation and nature, art and technology meet.
A domestic setting of prospective deductions between architecture, art and music, where Tremlett’s wall-drawing “Music for My Eyes” dialogues with the interior project.
A Strategic Master Plan to find the right balance of exhibits, programs, facilities, and flows for a new Art Hub perceived as a continuous museum, connected both between its various buildings and with the city around it.
The challenge to interpret fashion show as an exhibition, by museographical planning and working alongside Arbesser’s collections in various collaboration projects between art, fashion and architecture.
AR.CH.IT Luca Cipelletti presents XYZ. A series of solid wood tables and consoles where the focus is on a new and unique join of the bevelled tabletops to slender wooden legs.
“The project was able to give a new architectural identity to the stair, now perfectly integrated with the pre-existing” (Maria Vittoria Capitanucci, Milano – Le nuove architetture. 2012 SKIRA Editore)
Conversazioni tra Arte e Architettura Edizione 02. On the occasion of this year MiArt, AR.CH.IT Luca Cipelletti is opening its doors to the public with the exhibition Architectures des Mémoires.
A retrospective dedicated to the French artists Anne and Patrick Poirier, in collaboration with Galleria Fumagalli.
From 2003 to 2013, Luca Cipelletti gave a valuable contribution to the United Millennium Campaign, working as Art Director for a variety of rewarding and meaningful projects.
“Art and Architecture in conversation. A triplet of mirrors seemed to reflect into infinity, although, in fact, it was cutouts in the walls bringing the three rooms together”(Suzy Menkes, The New York Times)
A contemporary wunderkammer made up of a monolithic industrial shelving unit designed inside the showroom and exhibition space of LaDoubleJ.com
A project based on architectural subtraction, perspective and ever-changing perception of the space.
An intense exhibition, a walk through the abandoned archive of an hospital, which becomes a promenade inside stories and memories listening to Soundwalk soundtracks.
“Cow dung goes high design” (Christine Smallwood – T/ The New York Times Style Magazine)
“To counterbalance the visual vertigo of the living room – two glass sides that literally enter the landscape in the house – the designer has created a box effect by coating the walls, floors, ceiling, which makes the space more soft and welcoming” (Sara Banti, LIVING 2014 – Corriere della Sera)
“An exhibition designed with red Pompeian walls sliced with perspective windows that resume the ones on the paintings. Across them the view can “travel” through the next room playing a game between reality and illusion, a principal theme on the artwork of De Chirico” (Francesca Bonazzoli – Corriere della Sera)
“The choice of this specific exhibition language is not only a challenge trying to tell a photographic archive in a contemporary way, it is also deliberately a project that seeks to tell the story of AEM view from a bridge that looks to the future, directly connected to all the advanced projects of A2A.” (LUCE n. 5/2010)
“Models sat on design-classic chairs by Austrian designers, in front of paintings by Austrian Hermann Nitsch. That’s what you call a theme.” (Matthew Schneier – The New York Times)
“This artistic coupling is tough to execute because it requires designer and artist to be kindred spirits in using colour, texture – and imagination. Valsecchi art and Arbesser’s fashion, curated by Cipelletti, seemed a perfect fit”. (Suzy Menkes, VOGUE)
“The two artistic spirits were working together to display Mr. Arbesser’s designs against a collection of Modernist art” – “Using their artistic vision, the two men started pairing clothes with objects, and achieved some fascinating results.” – “The result was arresting and original, an excellent example of two minds bouncing off one other.” (Suzy Menkes, The New York Times)