Andrea Branzi Equilibrium

Florentine by birth, Andrea Branzi began working in Milan in 1973. By turn (and trade) architect, urbanist, designer, decorator and art director, he was one of the main players in the 1960s “Radical Period” of Italian architecture, and propelled himself onto the the international scene with his prolific writing, designs and buildings. Named Honorary Royal Designer in the UK in 2008, Branzi, with his work, has joined the permanent collections of the world’s greatest modern museums, including the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.