Felix Burrichter, founder and editor-in-chief of PIN-UP magazine, shared his personal view of the Milanese architect and designer. Along with him Professor Dan Shrerer from the Princeton University School of Architecture–an expert on the Milanese architect and designer in the United States–and by Adam Charlap Hyman, one of the most renowned and influential "30 Under 30" designers in the sector of art and design, according to the Forbes magazine. The talk was held in a 19th century hall in the Seventh Regiment Armory, a historical building in Park Avenue, fitted out with armchairs Catilina and ottomans Cilindro by Azucena, some of the most iconic products in the history of Italian design.
Staring from October 2018, the Azucena brand is commercialised with the re-editions of the first 20 products designed by Luigi Caccia Dominioni and it is available in Italy and abroad, in the main B&B Italia monobrand stores and also in an exclusive series of selected stores. The Azucena brand collections are listed alongside those under the brands B&B Italia, Maxalto and Arclinea, with the objective of strengthening the Group’s position even more as a world leader in the sector of high-end Italian design.