Questo è l'editoriale che uscirà sul magazine in carta in lingua inglese nei prossimi giorni. Crediamo sia utile pubblicare e diffondere anche la sua versione in lingua italiana. Per il suo contenuto ma anche come anticipazione del nuovo numero di i-Italy.
The editorial team celebrates with NIAF President John Viola at our NYC office, which we call La Casa di i-Italy
A new magazine. Our design isn’t the only thing different about us. After four years of covering New York, we’ve decided to reach out to readers in other American cities: Boston, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Washington DC. And Miami, Philadelphia and Chicago are just around the bend... That means we won't just be talking about the New York area.
Having coffee in New York with the president of Italy’s Confindustria doesn’t happen very often! But we got the chance to sit down with Vincenzo Boccia at the end of a lunch organized by the GEI (Gruppo Esponenti Italiani), where Mr. Boccia was being presented with a special award by GEI President Lucio Caputo.
La potenza del racconto visivo attraversa la vita di Giuseppe Di Piazza, fotografo, giornalista, scrittore. Con una giovinezza a Palermo, e una vita professionale vissuta a Roma e poi Milano. Poi un intimo rapporto con New York e con l’America Italiana. Ma c’è tanto altro da sapere di lui, dai suoi 'Landscapes' in mostra alla Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò della NYU ai suoi unici ritratti di donne…
The Gala of Vino 2017 took place at Spring Studios
World-famous Italian chef Lidia Bastianich has a story that transcends the culinary industry. Lidia was born following the conclusion of World War II, a time when European countries were still settling border disputes. As a young girl, she grew up among three different cultures, each with a profound influence on her. Today, as a professional, Lidia’s childhood experiences and her family ties continue to prove monumental in her continued success.
Marianna Pizzolato nel ruolo di Isabella per "L'Italiana in Algeri" di G. Rossini.
“Lella Vignelli, a Designer With a Spare, Elegant Style, Dies at 82” wrote The New York Times a couple of days ago. The digital magazine Quartz summarizes in a few words the story of the famous couple, Lella and Massimo Vignelli, and their difficult battle against the flow: “A legendary husband-and-wife design team fought to get her equal credit for 40 years.”
To remember Lella, we decided to re-publish our article about Designed by: Lella Vignelli—a book of love that her husband Massimo edited in 2013, just few weeks before passing away. The book is a compendium of Lella’s contributions to design.
Born out of a conversation with Massimo, our longtime friend, the article was entitled “The Realist and the Dreamer,” where “The Realist” was Lella—not his muse, but his wife and life-long professional partner. Massimo wanted the book to be an inspiration to all women, and circulated it free on the Internet.
“For years,” Massimo wrote in his introduction, “the collaboration between female architects and designers and their partners has been under-appreciated …” And, he maintained, Lella had always been the hard rock behind his dreams: “consistent throughout her career; unfailingly intelligent; rigorous, not arbitrary; timeless, not trendy.”