The thing is, Pininfarina, beyond being the iconic designer fetish of motorsport, mainly Ferrari and Maserati, but also under brands such as Rolls Royce, Alfa Romeo or Lan ence, has tried his hand in many other facets (including the production of electrical that did not quite go as expected).
And to mark the coming Olympic Games, London, legendary design firm will give a self-homage in the city evoking their creative jewelry. Some of them are closely related to the automotive world, as the reproduction of the Maserati Birdcage 75th carved wood, a very Italian-jet helmet or a bike Zen Panatta Sport static (it is worth, no engine, but are cool).
Also can see 1:10 scale reproductions of several cars. For example, a Pininfarina Cambiano, electrical plug that relied on a diesel engine, a Cisitalia 202 Berlinetta 1947 or a mythical Dino 206 GT Coupe Special 1967. And beyond the car, as everything from a beautiful machine for Coca-Cola to a Lavazza coffee that gives you two cakes for the Nespresso I have at home.
If someone walks through London from tomorrow until July 15 and want to drop by the Italian Cultural Institute in Belgrave Square, just say the entry is free.