Massimo Iosa Ghini
Massimo Iosa Ghini, an iconic Italian architect and designer, studied architecture in Florence, where Radical Design was new and inspiring, and then in Milan where he obtained his degree in Architecture. He is known for starting the Bolidist movement, which focuses on human and machine interaction.
Ghini designed his first collection, Dinamic, based on the formal use of the curve as a controllable feature, with the help of innovative technological production control systems. The Dinamic collection won various awards and was very well received, especially in the USA. Ghini's work was displayed in the Inspiration Gallery at the Axis Center in Tokyo.