The art pieces of Pierluigi Ghianda and Chuzo Tozawa, one of the most important living cabinetmaker and founder of Hinoki Kogei, are on show in Tokyo. The exhibition express the relationship between the Italian tradition and the Japanese one, where the cabinetmaking meets contemporary design. Moreover, the collection is embellished by a special scenography signed by Michele De Lucchi.

Fourteen art pieces of Bottega Ghianda will be exhibited to testimony the heritage of Pierluigi Ghianda, together with eleven refined objects of the Japanese Chuzo Tozawa and a personal work of Michele De Lucchi, realized as a link between Ghianda’s past and future. The same works of art are exposed in La Triennale – Villa Reale di Monza (October 9th – November 27th 2016) dedicated to Pierluigi Ghianda.

On the occasion of the exhibition, Tuesday November 2nd at 6.30pm, It will be set a meeting titled “Michele De Lucchi and Fukazawa Naoto talk about caftsmanship in Italy and Japan”.

The exhibition, sponsored by La Triennale di Milano and Italian Embassy in Tokyo, is set into the occasion of Tokyo Design Week.

For information contact the Italian Culture Institute at:

Tel. 03-3264-6011 (int.29).