What do an iPod and a Renault have in common? Why did Le Corbusier create innovative architecture but drive a car with antiquated lines?
Why do you have to look at cars from a distance? How is the four-wheeler industry reacting to changes in society and our concerns about environmental impact?
These and many other questions are answered by CURVE - 15 LEZIONI SUL CAR DESIGN, the illustrated essay written by Fabio Filippini - one of Italy's leading car designers and former head of Design at Pininfarina - in collaboration with Gabriele Ferraresi.
It is a journey that brings together the history of car design and Filippini's personal and professional experiences. In a career spanning thirty years, Filippini has imagined and created the design of cars, trucks, trains and even tractors that have conquered the world market: from his beginnings in the wake of the great Italian coachbuilders to his international collaborations and his meeting with Steve Jobs.
A book that talks about cars and the path that leads to their creation with an incomparable passion, competence and originality.
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