Aldo Rossi

Aldo Rossi (1931-1997) was born in Milan and began his architectural career with Ignazio Gardella and Marco Zanuso. Over the years, he developed a reputation as one of the most prominent Italian architects of the second half of the 20th century, known for his emphasis on brevity, reduction, and abstraction. In addition to his work on household objects, such as clocks and coffeemakers for Alessi and others, he designed buildings that reflected his belief in learning from the past. In an interview with Cartha Magazine, he said “I tend to believe that housing types have not changed from antiquity up to today, but this is not to say that ways of living have not changed, or that new ways of living are not possible.”

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