In this creation, known as the ''Programma 8,''
a revolutionary look at table serveware was established. It is a complete set of modular, sectional objects that have been designed for maximum practicality and functionality and is known as ''the most ...
Architect Franco Sargiani was born in Modena, Italy in 1940. He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at Milan Polytechnic, and his projects range from architecture and industrial design to corporate imaging, often in collaboration with renowned designer Eija Helander.
Sargiani’s designs have been selected for the Golden Compass Award. He has exhibitions in numerous museums, including the Beaubourg in Paris, the Metropolitan Museum and MoMA in New York, the Tel Aviv Art Museum, the Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro, the Museum of Applied Art in Helsinki, and the Kunst Museum in Dûsseldorf, as well as the Milan Triennial.