Known for his styles of Japan’s Yokohama Business Recreation area, Italy’s Town of Bologna Museum, and Paris’ Islamic Arts wing from the Louvre Museum, he received several architectural awards, like the prestigious Medaglia d’Oro. He started his profession after graduating in the past due 1950s through the architecture program in the Polytechnic College or university of Milan. A developer of furniture in addition to buildings, he worked well for such businesses as B&B Italia, Olivetti, and Cassina. His body of function was presented with a 1987 retrospective show at New York’s Museum of Contemporary Artwork. He and Giuseppe Terragni had been both essential twentieth-century Italian architects.