Triennale Design Museum's aim with the Giro Giro Tondo. Design for Children exhibition is to tell the story of Italian design without applying rigid categorisations, favouring a plurality of approaches, where the world of design and that of children meet to generate extraordinary items: not only toys, but also furniture, graphics, illustrations, architecture and much more. The exhibition, held in the Palazzo dell'Arte in Milan in 2016, focused on children through the historical and playful component tackled by an entire generation of designers during the 1950s and 1960s such as Bruno Munari, Marco Zanuso, Enzo Mari, Ettore Sottsass and Riccardo Dalisi to rediscover values and forms of everyday use and transform them into items capable of making us smile.
Stefano Giovannoni was responsible for setting up the exhibition Giro Giro Tondo. Design For Children. The curator took care of the exhibition aspects through visual, sound and perceptive suggestions that led visitors to discover the main thematic sections.
CamuffoLab realised for Giro Giro Tondo. Design For Children the institutional communication and graphic design of the exhibition.
Client: Triennale Milano
Curato da: Silvana Annichiarico / Francesca Balena Arista / Pietro Corraini / Enrico Ercole / Luca Fois / Monica Guerra / Fulvio Irace / Maria Paola Maino / Alberto Munari / Maurizio Nichetti / Francesca Picchi / Franca Zuccoli
Exhibits: Stefano Giovannoni con Tian Jin
Photos: Gianluca Di Ioia
Team: Sebastiano Calgaro / Riccardo Marchiori / Veronica Martini / Leonardo Signori / Enrico Zampieri