Aldo Rossi (Milan, May 3, 1931 - Milan, September 4, 1997) was an Italian architect, one of the most influential of the twentieth century.
He began his professional activity at Ignazio Gardella's studio in 1956, then moving on to Marco Zanuso's studio. In 1963 he also began teaching: first he was assistant to Ludovico Quaroni (1963) at the school of urban planning in Arezzo, then to Carlo Aymonino at the Istituto.....
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