Liceo Classico e Linguistico Aristofane (Collection of design examples)

Students of Liceo Classico Linguistico Statale Aristofane in Rome - participants of the project Reaching Out Through Skype 2017- 2018 made a research on the specific Italian design, under supervision of the teacher of Arts, Enrico Bassan. 

 

"La Libellula", made by Renzo Piano in collaboration with Enel Green Power. A little wind turbine, with a height of only 20 meters and a weight of 60 kilograms, that has the power of 55 kilowatt. It was presented in 2011, and revoluzionized the field of renewable powers thanks to its environmental impact that was better than the one of other wind turbines.

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"La Libellula", made by Renzo Piano

"La Libellula", made by Renzo Piano in collaboration with Enel Green Power. A little wind turbine, with a height of only 20 meters and a weight of 60 kilograms, that has the power of 55 kilowatt. It was presented in 2011, and revoluzionized the field of renewable powers thanks to its environmental impact that was better than the one of other wind turbines.

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"La Libellula", made by Renzo Piano

"Pegasus", made by Enessere. t's an aerogenerator with vertical axis, with a height of 9 meters. The structure is made of carbon fiber coated with paint. It has an aerodynamic power of 3.400 w.

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"Pegasus", made by Enessere

"Pegasus", made by Enessere. t's an aerogenerator with vertical axis, with a height of 9 meters. The structure is made of carbon fiber coated with paint. It has an aerodynamic power of 3.400 w.

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"Pegasus", made by Enessere.

"Pegasus", made by Enessere. t's an aerogenerator with vertical axis, with a height of 9 meters. The structure is made of carbon fiber coated with paint. It has an aerodynamic power of 3.400 w.

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"Pegasus", made by Enessere.

"Pegasus", made by Enessere. t's an aerogenerator with vertical axis, with a height of 9 meters. The structure is made of carbon fiber coated with paint. It has an aerodynamic power of 3.400 w.

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"Pegasus", made by Enessere.

 "Hercules", the best product of Enessere, clean energy company. It's an aerogenerator with vertical axis, with a height of 9 meters. The structure is made of carbon fiber coated with wood. It produces 4.300 kwh per year.

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Enessere, clean energy company.

 "Hercules",

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 "Hercules", the best product of Enessere

Zentrum Paul Klee

ITALIAN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN SINCE TWO WARS TO 2018
Zentrum Paul Klee, inaugurated in 2005

Vitra Design Museum

ITALIAN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN SINCE TWO WARS TO 2018
https://www.basel.com/it/Media/Attrazione/Musei/Vitra-Design-Museum

Beyeler Foundation

ITALIAN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN SINCE TWO WARS TO 2018
https://it.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fondazione_Beyeler#/media/File%3ARiehen_-_Fondation_Beyeler.jpg

Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Center

ITALIAN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN SINCE TWO WARS TO 2018
Jean-Marie Tjibaou, architecht: RENZO PIANO

Kiosk of the public telephone station at the Turin railway station, published in “Sincronizzazione..” of 1930

Public telephone cell in Turin, 1930
Public telephone cell 1930

advertising brochure of Siemens, 1960

Advertisement of Siemens, 1960
www.archiviostorico.telecom.com

Siemens telephone with center battery and ringer, Liceo Classico e Linguistico Statale Aristofane

Siemens telephone, 1910
www.archiviostorico.telecom.com

 Siemens telephone in bakelite from the 50s

Siemens in baketile,1950
www.ilrumpa.altrevista.org

A 1936 wall mounted Siemens SH36, 1936

Siemens SH36
www.museoscienza.org

Telephone device with contact center from 1930

Telephone from 1930
www.archiviostorico.telecom.com

Siemens desk telephone made of metal, intercommunicating type, with dial for 25 numbers,1927

Siemens desk telephone,1927
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Siemens telephone with center battery and ringer, 1910

Siemens telephone, 1910
Source: archiviostorico.telecom.com