Felice Ragazzo

Felice Ragazzo is a teacher and industrial designer who experiments with innovative wooden techniques. He has produced publications on wood, geometry and design. His most recent commitment is at the CdL in Industrial Design - Sapienza University of Rome (teaching for "High Qualification"). He has collaborationed with the University of Roma Tre. In 2010 he held the solo exhibition “Fallo col numero – Aritmopoiesi” at the Menna/Binga Archive. In the two-year period 2009/2010, on the recommendation of the COSMOB of Pesaro, he was active as a wood and design expert in the "Rede Project" - States of Amazonas and Para in Brazil. In 2012 he published the book “Curve Polentriche” for Prospettive Edizioni. As a designer, he recently collaborated with the Tor Vergata Mathematics Department for the creation of a collection of scientific objects conceived in the golden age of Arab science and inspired by the works of leading figures of Hellenistic Greece, including Euclid and Archimedes; objects that will be exhibited at the Museum of Exact Sciences in Muscat - Sultanate of Oman. As a young man, he developed the “Poliedra Project”, the first lamp-system of the Guzzini Group (1970).

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