Modus Operandi is the magazine by the “Riviera di Rimini Convention Bureau”. Each issue introduces an event organized by CBRR through video interviews, photogalleries, datas.
This digital version, designed with responsive technology (it let the text and images adapting their size in relation to the device), has been designed by Leonardo Sonnoli and Irene Bacchi (Tassinari/Vetta).

More than 50.000 people visited from the 8th to the 10th of November in Turin the International Fair of Contemporary Art “Artissima” -directed by Sarah Cosulich Canarutto- and the exhibition project “One Torino” (until 12 January 2014).
Leonardo Sonnoli with Irene Bacchi, Igor Bevilacqua and Anny Comello at Tassinari/Vetta studio designed the identity, the catalogues and the signage of the fair and the exhibition.

One Torino is the first edition of an exhibition produced by Artissima and realized in collaboration with, and hosted by, the contemporary art museums and foundations in the city of Torino, from the 7th of November to the 12th of January 2014.
It reflects the different points of view by seven different curators. This multiple view is visually translated by an often changing geometric solid: it’s based on the ceiling of the Teatro Regio in Torino designed by the architect Carlo Mollino.
At the Tassinari/Vetta office, Leonardo Sonnoli with Irene Bacchi, Igor Bevilacqua and Anny Comello –with the collaboration of Daria Andreetta and Fabio Furlanis– design the communication and the catalogue.

The communication for the 2013 edition of the Sagra Musicale Malatestiana -from August to September in Rimini- it’s designed by Leonardo Sonnoli and Irene Bacchi (Tassinari-Vetta).
The series of five classic music concerts correspond at five posters and other ephemera where few black and white shapes, coming from the avantgarde music notations, are the visual leitmotif.

The kaleidoscope is the tool used this year to look at the movable world of contemporary art.
“Artissima” the international fair of contemporary art, present its 2013 edition from the 8th to the 10th of November, in Torino.
For each ads, folder, poster, items of communication, it’s used another picture produced by a digital kaleidoscope, freezing each time a different compositions of the five Artissima’s logo.
Designed at Tassinari/Vetta by Leonardo Sonnoli with Irene Bacchi; software thanks to Valentina Rachiele.

The 11th edition of the Workshop of Architecture at the University Iuav of Venice -known as W.A.Ve.– is organized between the 1st and the 19th of July 2013.
Leonardo Sonnoli and Irene Bacchi -at the Tassinari/Vetta office- updated its visual identity and the temporary signages and warning signs.
This year the interpretation of the wings sculpture in front of the Iuav building (designed by Massimo Scolari) suggest a 3dimensional architectonical space changing its shape in the 4th dimension of the time.

The posters “Zio Enrico” by Irene Bacchi and “Diritti e Doveri” by Leonardo Sonnoli, photo by Albert Watson, are selected to be displayed in the exhibition “Vis-à-vis” that took place on the ground floor of the “Les Silos” in Chaumont from March 29 until May 11 in occasion of the “24th International Graphic Design Festival of Chaumont”. It deals with faces and portraits in contemporary posters.
The exhibition, curated by Étienne Hervy and Éric Aubert, presents fiftyfive posters produced in the last twenty years for the international scene.

One of the eight chapters of the book for the 25th anniversary of Tonelli Design:
Compositions I – XIV
by Leonardo Sonnoli and Irene Bacchi (Tassinari/Vetta)
Among the many objects of any living space there is most likely to be a bottle of glass cleaner, which proves the widespread use of this siliceous material.
Different bottles of various brands have their own original shape, despite coming all from a similar prototype. These slight variations are clearly captured in these compositions that deliberately refer to the works of Giorgio Morandi and to their intelligent photographic interpretation by Luigi Ghirri. And, as the lesson of the two maestros has taught us, the aim is to search for the beauty hidden in banality.

One of the eight chapters of the book for the 25th anniversary of Tonelli Design:
Chance Methodology
by Leonardo Sonnoli and Irene Bacchi (Tassinari/Vetta)
The random, beautiful, and unique shapes created by breaking a glass slab are the starting point for the serial production of glass cut using CNC machines. A process that, whilst imitating fortuity– and probably being defeated by it– reflects on the idea of design as the relationship between manual skills and serial production, as well as on the beauty of the impossibility of perfection.

At the Salone del Mobile 2013 in Milan it has been presented a project in eight chapters on the occasion of 25th anniversary of Tonelli design, one of the best italian glass furniture company.
It’s a project curated by Leonardo Sonnoli and Irene Bacchi (Tassinari/Vetta), with the texts by Martina Gamboni and the photographs by Massimo Gardone, Bianca Fabbri and Daniele Lisi.