THE GREAT CUSTOMERS IN THE WORLD:
800 PALAZZI, RESIDENCES AND LARGE VILLAS FOR EXTRAORDINARY CLIENTS: PRINCE - ABDULLAH BIN ABDUL AZIZ • THE KING OF SAUDI ARABIA - FAHD BIN ABDUL AZIZ • PRINCE SULTAN - BIN FAHD BIN ABDUL AZIZ • SHEIK - YAMANI ZAKY AHMED • FAMILY RO-THSCHILD • KRUPP FAMILY • MIMRAN FAMILY • PASSION OF PERSIA - REZA PAHLAVI MOHAM-MAD • THE SPANISH ROYAL FAMILY • THE KING OF MOROCCO - HASSAN II • THE PREMIER OF JAPAN - KAKUEI TANAKA • THE PRESIDENT - VALERY GISCARD D'ESTAING • THE PRESIDENT OF INDONESIA - MOHAMMAD SUHARTO • PRESIDENT SADDAM HUSSEIN • PRESIDENTS OF SENEGAL: LEOPOLD S. SENGHOR- AND THE SUCCESSOR: ABDOU DIOUF • THE PRESIDENT OF GUINEA - SEKOU TOURE '• KARIM AGA KHAN • THE SWAROVSKY FAMILY • THE GROHE FAMILY • THE BACARDI FAMILY • THE THYSSEN FAMILY- BORNEMISZA • THE BEERS FAMILY IN SOUTH AFRICA • THE VON FURSTENBERG FAMILY • THE GREEK OWNERS - ONASSIS / NIARKOS / LIVANOS / DMSERIS • PAPADIMITRIOU IN ATHENS • STAV ROU IN CYPRUS • LAZAROU IN SOUTH AFRICA • THE COLOSSUS INDIAN GROUP TATA • THE UNITED STATES FINANCIALMAN G. FRANK LUPPI • THE STATE OF THE VATICAN • THE PRINCIPALITY OF LIECHTENSTEIN • THE PRINCIPALITY OF MONACO
THE MOST IMPORTANT ITALIAN FAMILIES:
AGNELLI • AGUSTA • BASCHIERI • SALVADORI • BRANCA • CALTAGIRONE • CRESPI • DORA • FERRAGAMO • FERRERO • FERRUZZI • BUSI • FIER • GALTRUCCO • GARDINI • GARRONE • GUCCI • GUZZINI • J.V. BORGHESE • MARCUCCI • MARZOTTO • MATTEI • MAZZI • MENARINI • MISSONI • MORATTI • ORSINI • PALLAVICINI • PISA • TERRUZZI • TORLONIA • VALENTINO • VERSACE • VISCONTI • VOLPI DI MISURATA • WERTMULLER - JOB • ZANUSSI
... and many other non-quotable, thus joining the Financial world, Politico and the robust range of solid and cultured families that excel in the scientific, university, literary and artistic world and that form the backbone of the country Italy. In sixty years we have designed and produced over three thousand works for private individuals in Italy. Over 250 large hotels, Relais, Resorts and SPAs have been created, designed and built in every corner of the world starting from the Galapagos and then Moorea, the Far East and the Middle East, the Americas, Africa and logically all of Europe.
50 YEARS OF EXHIBITIONS AND EXHIBITIONS "VIVAI DEL SUD PER L'ARTE"
1968 Victor Vasarely 1970 Collective: Carlo Quattrucci, Tommasi Ferroni, Renzo Vespignani 1971 Collective: Franco Angeli, Mario Schifano, Tano Festa 1972 Picasso: Blue period, from "Stanza azzurra" to Arlecchini 1973 Carla Accardi: works from 1960 to 1970 1974 Mirò: from the "Arata Land" of 1923 to the "Dutch interiors" of 1928 1975 The sculptures of the "Black Africa" until the eighteenth century 1977 Giorgio De Chirico: twenty works from 1950 to 1960 1978 Homage to Sengor. Works by D'Orazio, Perilli, Santomaso, Mastroianni and Turcato 1979 "Spaces and paths", monumental sculpture works by Andrea Cascella, Mirko Basaldella, Umberto Mastroianni, Fauso Melotti and Arnaldo Pomodoro (en plen air) 1980 Vivai del Sud / Milan - Decorative sculptures of the '30s 1981 "The modernism" I ° exhibition on furnishing from the 20s to the 50s, curated by Paolo Portoghesi and Giovanna Massobrio 1982 Oscar Turco "Works from 1975 to 1980" 1996 "The myths of Danae "1999" Life beyond. The vision of death in contemporary art "works by Albanese, Aquilanti, S. Betton, Canevari, Cerone, Ciniglia, Cucchi, Di Giulio, Di Stasio, S. Fabrizi, Fagioli, Gandolfi, Humeres, Jacovoni, Levini, HH Lim, Nagasawa, Nunzio, Alder, Paris, Perego, Pietromarchi, Rainaldi, Salvatori, Turtiglione, Tranquilli. Event organized and authorized at the non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome. Exhibition seized at the request of the Embassy of Great Britain. 2001, 2000, 1988, 1983, 1978, 1972, 1969 Exhibitions of the great sculptor Giulio Ciniglia who died in 2009 2001 Civilization of the world. Sculptures and Paintings by Loris Nelson Ricci 2010 "Senza Rete" - Mimmo Frassinetti All events - with exclusion 1999 "La vita oltre" - took place at the "Vivai del Sud" offices in Rome: Viale delle Terme di Caracalla • Piazza Campitelli • Piazza Capizucchi Milan: Corso Monforte There were no events, exposures and minor exhibitions (around 50) as they were mainly linked to the Group's business activity.
Even the "qualified" housing system finds in Vivai del Sud the privileged interlocutor for large-scale residential initiatives with unusual propositive styles that amaze a specialized and difficult client. We remember the luxury residential complexes in South Africa in Johannesburg and Cape Town, the seaside villages of Paphos, in Cyprus, for a total of 360 villas with large gardens and swimming pools. Other residential centers in Marbella in Spain, Montecarlo and the Côte d'Azur, Switzerland, Greece and its islands besides, of course, Italy: all with unrepeatable characteristics but always in the order of an architecture in which tradition, sobriety and history that since 1950, the Southern Nurseries carry on strictly. Today "Nurseries of the South - Architecture and High Decoration" are a great international reality with its Head Office in Italy in Rome, in Piazza Campitelli, 2 and operative offices in Milan, Paris, London, Barcelona, New York, Johannesburg and Singapore. With the current fifty shipyards open all over the world and with a projection towards the future in which research is constantly being adapted to solutions increasingly adhering to a globalized system, although "elitist", "Vivai del Sud" is now considered a single brand and unrepeatable.