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Paris, Vico Magistretti narrated by Boeri and Urquiola

To celebrate the first edition of Italian Design Day, the Italian Cultural Institute in Paris will screen for three days running ‘Dimmi di Vico’ – in which Stefano Boeri and Patricia Urquiola tell the story of the studio-museum that belonged Vico Magistretti. The screening consists of two videos by Patrizia Molteni, exceptionally made available by the Vico Magistretti Foundation, which invited two of Vico’s close friends, Stefano Boeri and Patricia Urquiola, to become the guides-for-a-day of the designer’s studio-museum. The architect and the designer will guide visitors through the various rooms of the studio, pointing out the different objects that Magistratti collected over his 60 years of professional life while narrating the place and the person from their respective point of views, through their own professional experiences and private memories. The event is organised by the Vico Magistretti Foundation in association with the Italian Cultural Institute and the screenings are twice a day: from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 3 to 6 p.m.