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Mario Bellini (born February 1, 1935 in Milan) is an Italian architect, critic, and designer. He received a degree in architecture from Milan Polytechnic in 1959 and began working as an architect in the early 1960s. Like many other Italian architects of his generation, he is active in the fields of architecture and urban planning, industrial design, product design and furniture design. His designs have won 8 Compasso d’Oro awards, and he has received awards including the Gold Medal for Architecture at the 2015 Milan Triennale, and a "Medaglia d’Oro" conferred on him by the President of the Italian Republic.
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Italian designer.
Artist, Architect, Designer, Industrial Designer
Mario Bellini
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  • Mario Bellini, Designer Exhibition catalogue, Paperback, pages

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