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Mondial de l’Automobile 2014 photos by Daniele Madia – pure Design experience

Dear friends,

how many of you had the opportunity to go visit last Mondial de l’Automobile de Paris 2014? I know not many and even when we have that great chance to go we visit during public days which means lots of people and difficulty to see and admire our favorite cars.

It is not my case because we visit during Press days and we do have the chance to get in and out of those beautiful cars.

However I have a very good Italian friend who is a professional photographer and in love with car Design, he is also official photographer on F1 circuits. He is Daniele Madia.

Daniele made a series of incredible beautiful pictures about all cars present at the show and of course by his expert eyes it is very emotional to see what he saw!

So please go to his website and have fun!!!!!!!!!!!

Click: DaniPhotoDesign Paris Auto Show 2014 and enjoy the show 😉


Red Dot Design Award Renault Twizy

This year 2012 The Red Dot Design Award Best of The Best was given to 55 projects between which the Renault Twizy EV urban cross-over. Patrick Lecharpy and myself were awarded in behalf of the all design Twizy team, I would like to remember to you that Francois Leboine unfortunately could not make it to receive the award as the Twizy designer as well as Eric Diemert design director Renault Sport studio in charge of Twizy production project.

Patrick Lecharpy & Luciano Bove Best of Best Certificates

It has been an incredible 2 days experience started on moday at 7:00 am leaving with my car and heading to Essen in Germany, Patrick and myself had a real good trip.

Keep reading full story click: Red Dot design Award ceremony.



Nobuyoshi Araki between Art and scandal…

Nobuyoshi Araki is the japanese photographer famous for his “bondages” series of photos, the woman is his favourite subject. The woman is seen as an object of pleasure with a male sight…controversial artistic rappresentation. “Photography is like folling in love…” that is what he thinks about his Art expression.
Araki’s life is like “always passing images”.

I suggest to visit this site to see all others pictures that I decided not to publish on this blog, but of sure artistic value:

Araki in Gold is the name of his Exhibit in Rome, Italy, open untill the 17th of next February at the National Institute of Graphics at Fontana di Trevi.


Torino World Design Capital 2008, Italy

The 31st of December 2007 there will be a big party in Turin (Italy) to celebrate this town as the next World Design Capital for Year 2008.
The celebration will take place in Castello’s square (Piazza Castello) and the public will be main actor with its own artistic contribution.
All Design schools will give a great support to this event with students works and engagement.

Participation is a must!

More info at:


Triennale, home’s objects – Milan

“To understand and learn about Italy, we have to understand its Design”.

In Milan, Italy, at viale Alemagna 6, Palazzo della Triennale Design Museum, first floor has been celebrated the opening of new National Design Museum.

It is a sort of cultural journey that starts in the past untill today showing how designers of that period were already very anticipating today’s trends in Design. The organization and management of this exhibit has been done by Michele de Lucchi.

Info and photo Via


MOTOR SHOW Bologna 07, Italy

Once again the Automobile world will come together in Bologna, for the 32nd Edition of the Motor Show (scheduled from 7 to 16 December), whose main sponsor for the second year running will be Barclaycard. Bologna will welcome over 50 car brands, accounting for 100% of the Italian market, ready to provide a stage for first-rate previews: So far 100 previews have been confirmed, of which 13 worldwide and 6 European previews. 343 catalogued exhibitors, of whom 83 foreign companies from 16 different countries.

For more info please visit the following website: you will find an english version with all infos.

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