By Appointment to Bettino Ricasoli
A work of editorial design to fit 150 years in a single book, seen through the eyes of the notable people who have lived them. Because a newspaper is more than just news: sometimes, it becomes History.
La Nazione is the oldest, still running newspaper in Italy. Its story is made of more than a million pages and five times that much articles, written by gentlemen like Carlo Collodi and Alessandro Manzoni, up to modern days most influential journalists.
Conveying that much information was a feat worth reckoning: one that has taken the Studio to new degrees in juxtaposing, laying out and illustrating.
The memorial book is more than 300 pages of clippings, insights, explanations and re-telling of Italy’s history, from conception to today.