An extensive monograph on this architect and designer’s oeuvre Gianni Arnaudo is an architect and designer with a powerful creative drive. After graduating from the Polytechnic of Turin in 1971, he began his professional career by joining Studio 65, establishing himself as one of its first and main practitioners in the 1970s. Also dating from these years are his first radical architecture creations and his collaboration with Gufram. This led to the creation of Multiples, which gained international prominence following exhibitions such as New Domestic Italian Landscape at the New York MoMA: it was only one among many items destined to enter the permanent collections of some of the world’s most important museums.
Since the 1980s, he has been collaborating with leading Italian and international brands, focusing on design and architecture. His long and eclectic career has earned him several awards. On account of the influence of his work in the fields of architecture and design, Gianni Arnaudo has been ranked among the personalities who have marked the most significant turns in the field of 20th-century art.
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