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Aldo Rossi

Remembered for creating the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa, Italy, the Quartier Schützenstrasse in Berlin, Germany, as well as the Scholastic Building in NEW YORK, this 20th-century architect was the 1990 recipient of the Pritzker Prize. After graduating from the Polytechnic College or university of Milan, he became the editor of the architectural journal known as Casabella. For the 1979 Venice Biennale, he developed a 250-chair, floating architectural piece referred to as the Teatro del Mondo. Also a developer and article writer, he created a bit known as Il Conico (a kettle manufactured from stainless) and released an important 1966 work entitled The Structures of the town. He was created and elevated in Milan, Italy. Unfortunately, he died within an car accident in his mid-sixties. Pulitzer Prize-winning structures critic Ada Louise Huxtable lauded Rossi’s function and referred to him as an architectural “poet.”

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