Vico Magistretti

Innovative architect, industrial designer, and urban planner Vico Magistretti was a driving force in Italian design from the 1960s onwards.


Vico Magistretti born on 10-06-1920, Italian  most influential designer, known as a furniture designer and architect and primarily for his iconic modern design for Artemide. Milan in which city he graduated in architecture in 1945, and where his professional career has spun its story ever since, chiefly in the fields of architecture, town planning and industrial design. In 1948, when he won the Gran Premio at the 8th Triennale.

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