Iarussi, Massimo | TiL Forum

Studio Massimo Iarussi, Founder & Lighting Designer

Iarussi, Massimo | TiL Forum

Studio Massimo Iarussi, Founder & Lighting Designer

Biography

Massimo Iarussi, architect, specializes in lighting design since 1984. In his work he tries to combine creativity with technology and manual skills. Florence, the city where he lives and works, influenced his career: His greatest area of specialization and the most prestigious projects are in the field of museum lighting and historical and artistic buildings, both indoors and outdoors. Among the most significant achievements, we can mention the project for the lighting of the “New Uffizi” in Florence, the lighting of Michelangelo’s David and the Accademia Gallery, in Florence, and intervention on the Last Supper in S. Maria delle Grazie, in Milan. Mr. Iarussi is darc awards architectural winner for the best interior lighting scheme for the Museo dell’Opera del Duomo in Florence.


Exhibiting with LED Lighting – Museo dell’Opera del Duomo in Firence

The Museo dell’Opera del Duomo (Museum of the Works of the Cathedral) in Florence, Italy is a museum containing many of the original works of art created for the Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore, the cathedral (Duomo) of Florence. As of August 2013, the director of the museum is Fr. Timothy Verdon, an American.
The museum is located just east of the Duomo, near its apse. It opened in 1891, and now houses what has been called “one of the world’s most important collections of sculpture.” Among the museum’s holdings are Lorenzo Ghiberti’s doors for the Baptistery of Florence Cathedral called the Gates of Paradise, the cantorias, or singing-galleries, designed for the cathedral by Luca della Robbia and Donatello (also from him is a “Magdalene Penitent”), and The Deposition, a pietà intended by Michelangelo for his own tomb.

All session by Iarussi, Massimo | TiL Forum

Session 1

10:00 - 12:00
Seestudio, Seefoyer, Propter Homines
LED professional Symposium +Expo
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