MisuraEmme brings comfort to Magister Giotto in Venice

An exceptional partnership, which joins together arts and design, features the renowned design firm MisuraEmme and Magister Giotto, a multimedia exhibition in celebration of the Florence-based artist, 750 years after his birth.
The meeting of two different yet complementary worlds has culminated in a valuable synergy aimed at promoting Italian cultural values in one of the most prestigious venues: Venice’s Scuola Grande della Misericordia. The monumental location hosts the fascinating exhibition from 13 July to 5 November 2017, enriched with MisuraEmme furnishings that finely decorate the exclusive lounge.

Daniela Mascheroni, Marketing Manager at MisuraEmme explains: “We are proud to support such a prestigious initiative. Art is an inestimable heritage and we have a duty to preserve and ensure widespread knowledge of it, especially to new generations. With this sponsorship MisuraEmme confirms itself as a privileged interpreter of Italian cultural values, contributing towards the promotion of a monumental location, in one of the most fascinating cities in the world which has always been held in esteem as the cradle of art and beauty”.

The lounge houses several iconic MisuraEmme pieces, such as the sofa Argo, designed to guarantee a comfortable, relaxing and glamorous break, the Opera armchairs, whose slender shape is mitigated by the back’s generous softness, the Gramercy tables and coffee tables, with their essential silhouette, and the Urban bookcase, embellished by the matching of different materials such as wood and metal. The interior is completed with Michelle chairs and Madia Square, in a soberly elegant colour ensemble.

Magister Giotto is produced by Cose Belle d’Italia Media Entertainment and belongs to a format consisting of three annual exhibitions dedicated to great Italian masters of art: Giotto (2017), Canova (2018) and Raphael (2019). International exhibition tours will start from Venice: Magister Giotto will be presented in Tokyo and Kyoto in Spring 2018.