Tito Agnoli (1931-2012) was an important Italian designer, active mainly between the 1950s and 1970s. Born in Lima, from a family of Italian origins, he returned to Italy in the years following the Second World War to study painting under the guidance of the famous Mario Sironi. He then dedicated his interests to architecture, gaining experience as an assistant to Gio Ponti and Carlo De Carli. In his period of greatest activity he worked intensively for brands such as Bonacina, Poltrona Frau, Arflex, Oluce and Matteo Grassi, achieving solid and lasting commercial success. Among the most important awards obtained in his long career are the Gold Medal at the NeoCon in Chicago in 1986 and several honorable mentions at the Compasso d 'Oro.