Enrico Morteo is an architect, editor, publisher, curator and a consultant of design and architecture. He has curated of a number of important programs and exhibitions including the ADI/ Compasso d'Oro Historical Collection, the Programmare l'arte exhibition for Venice and Milan, 2012 2013, the Uniqueness of Italy exhibition in Rome at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in 2011, the Roberto Sambonet exhibition held in Turin, Brasilia and Sao Paulo in 2008 09 and the exhibition Olivetti: Una bella societa shown in Turin in 2008.
Enrico is also the author of a number of books including Grande Atlante del Design and the History of Architecture chapter of the Architecture Encyclopedia Garzanti. He has also worked with major Italian design magazines including Domus, Interni, Abitare, Modo, Lotus and Rassegna. His other cultural contributions include his appointment as Scientific Advisor for the Torino 2008 World Design Capital, his professorship of History of Design at Universita IUAV di Venezia (1997 2000), and, since 1993, he has been the author of radio and television programs for the Italian National public broadcasting services Radio3 and RaiSatArt.
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