Andrea Branzi was amongst the founders of Domus Academy back in 1982, with Maria Grazia Mazzocchi, Alessandro Mendini, Valerio Castelli and Alessandro Guerriero.

The founders envisioned a school where students and faculty members from all over the world could meet and exchange ideas. A school that would aim to enrich, spread, and update the design culture while combining advanced knowledge and visionary projects. From its beginning it involved leading designers such as Ettore Sottsass, Denis Santachiara and Philippe Starck.

Andrea Branzi was a leading member of the internationally renowned Alchimia studio and he was involved in the Memphis Group from 1981 onwards. During his career, he has written several books and essays and has collaborated with many Italian architecture magazines, such as Interni, Domus, Casabella, and MODO.

His design works are included in permanent collections such as the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Houston; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Victoria & Albert Museum, London; Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein.

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