Industry at its finest gives rise to culture, forging original combinations of value and values, profitability and social relations
|Definition of the object||Various materials (1 positive and 1 negative) (2)|
|General description of the subject||In 1950, Italian racing driver Giuseppe Emilio "Nino" Farina (Turin, 30 October 1906 - Aiguebelle, 30 June 1966) became the first modern-day Formula 1 champion.|
1 positive - 18.3 x 24 - B/W - gelatin silver bromide/paper
1 negative - 9.8 x 15 - B/W - gelatin silver bromide/glass
Established in 2008 Pirelli Foundation starts to operate in 2009 at the request of the Group and of the Pirelli family, in order to protect and disseminate knowledge of the company's cultural, historical and contemporary heritage and to promote its business culture. The Pirelli Foundation is headquartered at "Fabbricato 134", a historical building in the former Pirelli industrial district at the heart of a major urban redevelopment project in 1985 called "Progetto Biccocca", a symbol of transformation from the industrial age to the post-industrial era.