Claudio Larcher Designing a Spoon to Change the City Book
Designing a Spoon to Change the City Book is Iron Design Award winner in 2020 - 2021 Education, Teaching Aid and Training Content Design Award Category.
Designing a Spoon to Change the City Book

"Designing a Spoon to Change the City" wondering what the role of the designer will be in the future and how today's designer can design the world of tomorrow, includes, in a final dialogue with Italo Rota, the thoughts arising from the situation of collective self-isolation experienced during the lockdown for Covid-19, a social, cultural and economic "change" that awaits the designers to lay the foundations for a new creativity.

Designing a Spoon to Change the City Book
Claudio Larcher Designing a Spoon to Change the City
Claudio Larcher Book
Claudio Larcher design
Claudio Larcher design
Claudio Larcher

Born in Milan, he graduated in architecture at the Politecnico di Milano. He moved to Barcelona and Madrid, working and collaborating with several spanish architectural firms. Back in Italy he founds Modoloco Design Workshop, an experimental project built as open space for work and research, combining different visions and methodologies in design and architecture perspective. Creativity is the word that can define his approach toward base of all the things that it does, it is a constant necessity, which pushes him to imagine and create new projects every day; since 2010 also in the field of social utility, where architecture and design can be put at the service of the communities also on an international scale. He has edited and participated in various exhibitions in Italy, Japan, Spain, France, England and Sweden. In 2017, 2018 and 2019 he is “Ambasciatore del Design italiano” for Swisse, Albany and Uruguay. Claudio Larcher is currently Director of the design bachelor and master degree at NABA in Milan, and also he has been teaching at Italian and foreign universities. He worked with: Danese Milano, Prandina, Slalom Acoustic, RF Yamakawa, Sphaus, Dinos, Celda, Muranodue, International view, Clique Editions, Frisoli

NABA Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti

Founded in 1980, NABA, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti, with campus in Milan and in Rome, is the largest private art academy in Italy. Since 1981 NABA is legally recognised by the Higher Education in Art and Music system (AFAM, Alta Formazione Artistica e Musicale), regulated by the Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR).