Giuseppe Pagano e Gino Levi Montalcini
(Parenzo, 1896 – Mauthausen, 1945)
A prominent exponent of rationalism, in his work Giuseppe Pagano favored principles such as technique, reason and functionality. He contributed to the birth of Italian industrial design with the design and installation of an exhibition on “produzione in serie” (mass production) of the Milan Triennial VII. On several occasion, he collaborated with architect Gino Levi Montalcini, with whom he shared the same “practice of project”.