Introduction
Vittorio Gregotti (Novara, 10 August 1927) is an Italian architect, born in Novara. He is head of the Gregotti Associati studio. His studio has designed several important buildings, such as the Barcelona Olympic Stadium, the Belém Cultural Center in Lisbon, the Arcimboldi Opera Theater in Milan and several university campuses, including that of the University of Calabria. His studio also designed Pujiang New Town in Shanghai, China, a new town with an Italian architectural theme.In 2012 he wrote an article for STUDIO Architecture and Urbanism magazine published on its issue#02 Original, edited by Romolo Calabrese.
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Introduction
Italian architect, partner in firm of Gregotti Associati, editor of journals Casabella and Rassegna.
Nationality
Italian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Architect, Urban Planner, Teacher, Critic, Theorist
Names
Vittorio Gregotti, V. Gregotti
Ulan
500033063
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