by Anna Li Vigni
One hundred years after its birth, the drawings of a protagonist of Genoese architecture are exhibited for the first time to the public, exhibited for the first time to the public
“Many Genoese sometimes don’t understand the importance of certain things. Marco Lavarello he was an idealist and a genius. He liked jazz music and having an aperitif at Mangini’s. Come and see the works of Marco Lavarello: to get to know Genoa better and have more confidence in the future “, he underlines Enrico Montolivo, CEO of Giglio Bagnara.
More attention should be paid to spaces and urban planning from this exhibition.
The fame of Whitefish it went beyond regional borders.
Among his various design achievements there is the great theater of Nervi, the palace of Giglio Bagnara. Among his clients the Gadolla family.
He designed the Ariston theater in Sanremo, The Duse theater, L’auditorium and the restaurant of the Michelangelo ship and the Rinascente palace.
“La Rinascente was an institution in Genoa. His death was a defeat for the whole city. And nobody talks about it.”
The exhibition, which for the first time exhibits the originals of sketches, notes and drawings by Marco Lavarello, is set up on the third floor of the Giglio Bagnara shop in Sestri Ponente and will remain open until December 15th.