A book designed on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the Galleria Franco Noero, focusing on the years during which the gallery was located in one of the most iconic architectures of Torino: “Casa Scaccabarozzi”. A house famous for its unusual trapezoidal plan and for being only 54 centimetres (1.77 ft) at its narrowest. Its primary nickname, due to its resemblance to the shape of a slice of polenta, is “Fetta di Polenta”.
The book is available in Italian and English and has been entirely designed by our in-house art studio “Studio 23.56” using custom typefaces.
Publisher: Galleria Franco Noero
Texts: Kirsty Bell, Sergio Pace
Book and type Design: Studio 23.56
Cover: Archivio Tipografico
Printing: Grafiche Antiga
Paper: Arctic Munken Print
Format: 12×24 cm
Page count: 100
Language: Italian or English
Printed in 1.000 copies
Torino, June 2019