Graduating in architecture in 1934, at the Polytechnic of Milan. He then went to work in the studio of the legendary architect and designer Gio Ponti. He then became a collaborator from 1940 as a triennial mediator, between handicrafts and furniture production. His designs are recognizable by promising the elements of a human presence, as he would put it “It is the relationship of the human form and design”.
His famous chair design, is among the 683 pieces of marketable unobtainable modern art. As well as his distinguishable Spider Table, that we want to talk about today.