In Art and Architecture: Neo-Futurism

Coleridge’s suspension of disbelief in the limitations of a wide – scale urbanization has been denied by urbanists, architects, designers and artists who believe in cities releasing emotions, driven by eco – sustainability, values ​​and Implementing new materials and new technologies to Provide a better quality of life. Inspired by Futurist architect Antonio Sant Elia and Pioneered from the early 1960s and late 1970s by thought leader Hal Foster, French architect Denis Laming, American architects William Pereira and Charles Luckman and Danish architects Henning Larsen and Jørn Utzon. The neo- futurist avant – garde movement has been relaunched in 2007 by Vito Di Bari Design Innovation Expo 2015, Neo – Futurist architecture and art have been creatively inspired by Iraqi – British the Pritzker Prize architect Zaha Hadid and Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, Indian sculptor Anish Kapoor and Dutch kinetic sculptor Theo Jansen. Italian Innovation Designer Vito Di Bari is Considered the thought leader of the movement, feeling vision of the “cross- pollination of art and technology for a better world” has been defined by Steve Jobs as the “post-PC ” DNA and it is shared by acclaimed architects, designers and artists such as the youngest recipient ever of the Pritzker Prize Japanese architect Ryue Nishizawa, architect of EcoVilla in Curitiba and of the first rotating residential buildings Bruno de Franco, Design for Asia Award 2004-7-9 recipient Hong Kong Architect Gary Chang, Brazilian architect Rodrigo Ohtake, Lubetkin Prize Winner British designer Thomas Heatherwick, Design for Asia 2008 Award recipient Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka, Italian artist Mario Arlati, Polish artist Karina Smigl the A- Bobinski.

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