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Aldo Rossi
Aldo Rossi (1931-1997) was in 1990 the first Italian architect to win the Pritzker prestige, the highest recognition in the field, considered as a Nobel Prize for architecture. Born and lived all his life in Milan, he studied under Piero Portaluppi and took his first steps in the world of architecture, first in the studio of Ignazio Gardella and later in that of Marco Zanuso. His most famous architectures, such as the Monte Amiata residential complex in the Gallaratese district of Milan, the Carlo Felice Theater in Genoa or the Teatro del Mondo created as an installation for the Venice Biennale stand out for a rigorous interpretation of postmodernism, played on solids primary geometric volumes. And the same poetics has also been applied to the design of furniture and objects since in the 80s he was convinced by his friend Luca Meda to measure himself in this new field and to inaugurate a fruitful collaboration with the company Molteni & C. His furniture - and even his table accessories, designed for Alessi - reflect a rigorously architectural approach, which makes them almost small domestic monuments.

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Versions Molteni&C Carteggio Cabinet

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Molteni&C Carteggio Cabinet

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€ 5.366,00

Molteni&C Carteggio Cabinet Molteni&C Carteggio Cabinet Aldo Rossi

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€ 5.366,00

Versions Molteni&C Piroscafo Sideboard

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Molteni&C Piroscafo Sideboard

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€ 3.822,00

Molteni&C Piroscafo Sideboard Molteni&C Piroscafo Sideboard Aldo Rossi, Luca Meda

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€ 3.822,00

Versions Artemide Prometeo Floor Lamp

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Artemide Prometeo Floor Lamp Artemide Prometeo Floor Lamp Aldo Rossi