Nature teaches us. On the ground, in hindsight, there are beautiful things; in the forest, in autumn, in the fallen leaves, carpets of sound with many colours. Among the rocks, are images of plants and animals that once were. In the snow, on the sand, prints telling us of the animals which have passed beyond. Things, on the ground, telling stories to those who want to see, to those who want to hear. Even at home, even your own wood floors.
Marco Ferreri, architect, carries out project research that ranges from industrial design to graphics, from architecture to shop-fitting. His objects are included in prestigious design collections such as the Permanent Design Collection” at the New York Museum of Modern Art, the permanent collection of design at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, the National Contemporary Art Fund Collection in Paris and in important private collections.
In 2010, the Milan Triennale dedicated a monographic exhibition to his work. He has taught at the Politecnico in Milan, the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera in Milan, the Libera Università in Bolzano and the Università degli Studi della Repubblica in San Marino. His works were presented at the 9th Biennale di Architettura in Venice and at the International Biennial Architecture Exhibition in Beijing in China. He has been director of the Specialist Degree in products at the Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti in Milan since 2012.