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Project: "Pattern Poster Serie"
Company:Mirabilia
Designer(s): Giuseppe Gallo - Mirabilia, Italy
Category: , Professional
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Entry Description: Architects exploit patterns to define environments, generate order and communicate information. In the current landscape one of the practices that does it best in our opinion is the Dutch office Mecanoo, founded in Delft in 1984. We love how their project are able to comunicate emotion, developing identity of places and social connection. Mecanoo Projects which inspired our graphic design Library of Birmingham Birmingham, UK Kaap Skil, Maritime and Beachcombers Museum Texel, the Netherlands Rabat Agdal Train Station Rabat, Morocco La Llotja Theatre and Conference Centre - Lleida, Spain Three Cultural centres & One Book Mall Shenzhen, China Home Arts Centre Manchester, UK Netherlands Open Air Museum Arnhem, the Netherlands Hilton Amsterdam Schiphol, the Netherlands Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building Boston, USA

About the Designer/Company
Giuseppe Gallo: Graduated as Architectural Engineer, after several experiences in design studios around Italy, Giuseppe founded Mirabilia, a design and communication agency based in Palermo, Southern Italy. As Mirabilia Creative Director Giuseppe was responsible for the ideation and development of several visual identity systems, packaging, equipment, shopper, webdesigns, user interfaces and experiences that generate shared value to clients around the world as: United Arabs Emirates National Symphony Orchestra in Abu Dhabi, Tennis World International South Africa, Majlis Art Project in Dubai, Tblisi National Opera and Ballet, Chambre Syndicale des Agentes Artistiques in France , Istituto Luce in Italy. His works and project have been featured on several magazines and international design related blogs as: La Repubblica Case e Design, Designboom, Architect Magazine, Dafne, World Architecture, I Like Architecture, We and the Color, Arkitera, In Time