Studio BBPR

Studio BBPR was an Italian architecture and design firm founded in 1932 in Milan. The name "BBPR" was formed from the surnames of the four founding partners: Gian Luigi Banfi, Lodovico Barbiano di Belgiojoso, Enrico Peressutti, and Ernesto Nathan Rogers.
The firm was known for its innovative and modernist approach to architecture and design, which was heavily influenced by the rationalist movement. BBPR was involved in a variety of projects, including residential buildings, public buildings, and industrial design.
One of the firm's most notable projects was the Pirelli Tower in Milan, which was completed in 1960. At the time of its construction, the Pirelli Tower was the tallest building in Italy and one of the tallest in Europe. BBPR was also involved in the design of the Torre Velasca in Milan, which is considered one of the most iconic buildings of the Italian modernist movement.
In addition to architecture, BBPR was also involved in the design of furniture, lighting, and other products. The firm's designs were characterized by their clean lines, functional forms, and use of new materials and technologies.
Today, the legacy of BBPR lives on through the many buildings and designs that the firm created. Its modernist approach to architecture and design continues to influence contemporary designers and architects around the world.
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