The radical design of Italy in the sixties and seventies began undergoing a revival at the end of 2017 which has lasted into beginning of 2018. It was kicked off by the exhibition “Utopie radicali” staged in Palazzo Strozzi, Florence until 21 January, produced and organised by Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi. For the first time, the exhibition gathers together the visionary works of groups and characters such as Archizoom, Remo Buti, 9999, Gianni Pettena, Superstudio, Ufo and Zziggurat in a single exhibition. Here, objects of design, videos, installations and performances interact, describing the utopia that has renewed design, and making Florence the centre of a revolutionary thought that has influenced the arts on an international level. R&Company of New York, gallery specialised in artistic design, also celebrates design with the exhibition “Superdesign”, curated by Maria Cristina Didero, and a book. While in Miami, Milanese gallery Era has been paying tribute to radical design by exhibiting works by Nada Vigo, Mario Ceroli and Urano Palma.