Andrea Branzi is an Italian artist born in 1938. He has become renowned for his extensive contributions to architecture, design, and urban planning. He is a founding member of both the Italian design collective, Memphis, and the Radical design movement. Branzi's works are often rooted in innovation and technology, utilizing a wide range of materials and methods to create provocative and unconventional designs. Some of his notable works include the Atletico/Futurista table and the Nuvola sofa. He has also been credited with the construction of the San Cataldo Cemetery in Modena and the Filippiniana Library in Manila, Philippines.
Italian architecture, design, Memphis, Radical design, Atletico/Futurista table, Nuvola sofa, San Cataldo Cemetery, Filippiniana Library.
— Mei Wang
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