Lamborghini Miura, Piazza Maggiore

3,600 CHF
Title   Lamborghini Miura, Piazza Maggiore
Limited Edition   30 pieces 
Collection   Lamborghini Genève, Official Collaboration


The "Lamborghini Miura, Piazza Maggiore" art piece, represents a notable collaboration between Atelier WOCS and Lamborghini Genève. Unveiled at an exclusive event at Sion Airport alongside Roger Dubuis in May 2024, this piece marks the beginning of a synergistic partnership that merges artistic finesse with automotive innovation.

At the heart of the composition stands the Lamborghini Miura, first revealed in 1966, a vehicle that reshaped the luxury sports car landscape. Positioned beneath the arches of Bologna’s venerable Piazza Maggiore, the Miura dominates the scene, a symbol of the era’s spirit and a beacon of velocity. Engineered with a mid-engine layout, the Miura introduced a new car design philosophy: integrating balance, aesthetics, and formidable power within its sleek contours designed by Marcello Gandini at Bertone.

The Miura’s headlights, adorned with distinctive metal 'eyelashes,' are way more than decorative elements. These features were innovatively designed to reduce headlight glare, cleverly combining functionality with aesthetic appeal. They also endowed the Miura with a human-like expression, suggesting that the vehicle itself possessed a life force, challenging conventional limits with its piercing presence.

This piece narrates the transformative journey of the Miura, from an audacious concept to an emblem of automotive royalty, reflecting the rich historical tapestry of Bologna. The artwork tells a story of innovation intertwined with tradition, inviting viewers to explore a dialogue between historical depth and groundbreaking design.

"Lamborghini Miura, Piazza Maggiore," available in a limited edition of 30 pieces, serves as a gateway into the essence of Lamborghini, a testament to the passion for design, speed, and relentless progress: the quintessence of the Lamborghini ethos. It captures a pivotal moment in automotive history and honors the Italian craftsmanship that continues to inspire and resonate across generations.




Printing technique   Étorie on fine art paper
Printing house  

   Atelier WOCS, Genève
Authentification   Certificate of authenticity


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