Carlo De Carli
Carlo De Carli, born in Milan in 1910, was an Italian architect, designer and academic considered one of the protagonists of modern architecture and industrial design. He graduated in architecture in 1943 from the Polytechnic University of Milan and then worked in the office of Gio Ponti, whose chair he then succeeded. He realised most of his architectural, exhibition and design works from the post-war period to the early 1970s. His work as a creator places the person at the centre of the project, privileging the process of forming spaces rather than their being. He constantly creates new forms, contributing to the renewal of trends in architecture and design. During his working career, he designed numerous pieces of furniture that went into production with various companies, in the meantime winning several awards such as the Compasso d'Oro in 1954.
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