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Mar 23, 2016
A book that represents a definitive field guide to our radically altered musical habitat.

Every song ever

What does it mean to listen in the digital era? Today, new technologies make it possible to roam instantly and experimentally across musical languages and generations, from Detroit techno to jam bands to baroque opera―or to dive deeper into the set of tastes that we already have. Either way, we can listen to nearly anything, at any time. The possibilities in this new age of listening overturn old assumptions about what it means to properly appreciate music―to be an “educated” listener.


Reading list
Feb 23, 2016
A book that features outstanding wine-label designs from more than 250 international vintners.

The Art and Design of Contemporary Wine Labels

This illustrated survey highlights leading designers who have elevated the design of wine labels to an art form.


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Jan 21, 2016
Playful and intuitive, witty and original, improvised and elegant, Italian insignia and inscriptions are a reflection of their society. What distinguishes them is the diversity of the shapes of letters.

Signs of Italy

Even before typographic fonts began to dominate the scene, in Italy there has never been a real standardi-sation of drawn letters and no manual was ever printed for sign painters. This freedom, detached from the previously established models, the craftsmen's skills and their creativity are the elements that make Italian insignia so extraordinary.


Reading list
Nov 23, 2015
This book analyses the profound cultural and technological transformations that impose a structural change to our behaviour


Is a new equilibrium of society and economy possible? Can consumers, companies and markets become the protagonists of a new social and cultural dynamic? Can management transform its role whilst still guaranteeing economic results and social cohesion?


Reading list
Oct 21, 2015
What we imagine, think and do in the present has repercussions for the future of everybody, even though it still doesn’t exist in this present.

Immaginare il futuro

Imagining the future is the first step to building it: Rosanna Celestino debates this theme with entrepreneurs and managers, interpreting the company as a Generative Community.


Reading list
Sep 08, 2015
When an interior designer meets a creative restaurateur, the result can only be excellence.

Milano Design Restaurants

To orientate yourself around a city full of things to look at and to taste, we recommend Milan Design Restaurants guide. Our reading of the month.


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