Tito Agnoli

Italian, 1931 - 2012
Tito Agnoli (1931-2012) was an Italian architect and designer, best known for his furniture designs. He was born in Lima, Peru to Italian parents, and later studied architecture in Milan, Italy.
Agnoli's designs were characterized by their clean lines, simplicity, and functionality. He was interested in using traditional materials in innovative ways and was known for his use of metal, leather, and wood in his furniture designs.
One of Agnoli's most famous furniture designs is the "Jeanneret" chair, which was inspired by the Swiss architect and designer Le Corbusier. The chair features a simple metal frame and a leather seat and backrest.
Agnoli also designed a range of other furniture pieces, including tables, sofas, and lighting fixtures. His work was featured in numerous exhibitions and publications on modern design, and he was considered one of the most important designers of his generation.
In addition to his work as a designer, Agnoli was also an accomplished architect. He designed a number of buildings and interiors throughout his career, including the interiors of the Milan stock exchange and the Fiat headquarters in Turin.
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