Italian architect, urbanist and designer
Livio Castiglioni (16 January 1911 – 30 April 1971) was an Italian architect and designer. He made a significant contribution to twentieth-century Italian lighting design and was an early proponent of the practice of industrial design in Italy.
He was the elder brother of designers Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, and the son of sculptor Giannino Castiglioni
In 2014 the city of Milan named a street after the three Castiglioni brothers (Via Fratelli Castiglioni).
Quotes about Livio CastiglioniEdit
- In reality, the Castiglioni brothers were one person. Symbiosis of thought, creative ability, inspiration and execution were an integral part of their being. Talking to one of them or all three of them was the same, they were completely interchangeable, same voice, same accent, same grin, same laughter, same gestures. They were the Castiglioni, like their work, indivisible fruit of the same research, of the same passion, of a great ability to transform the world around us into a new memorable gesture. (Translated from the original Italian)
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