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Francesco Binfaré was director of the Cassina Research Centre from 1969 to 1976, during which period certain classics of contemporary design were born. In 1980 he founded his own Design and Communication Centre for research and the promotion of projects, some of which came into being for Cassina including Wink by Toshiyuki Kita (1980) and Feltri (1987) by Gaetano Pesce. He promotes initiatives for publishing experiments in furniture for the avant garde and for the use of interactive media in architectural projects. He has taught at the Domus Academy in Milan and at the Royal College of Art in London, and has produced drawings, paintings, installations and many pieces of furniture that include Flap for Edra.

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