Gustavo Pulitzer Finali

Gustavo Pulitzer-Finali (1887 - 1967) was an Italian architect, urban planner and designer. He was one of the most prominent figures in naval architecture of the early 20th century. With Ignazio Guidi and Cesare Valle he developed the idea and evolution of the city of Carbonia, Sardinia, desired by the fascist regime in the second half of the 1930s, and also that of Arsia in Istria.
He was one of the leading naval interior designers of his time, a leading exponent of the Trieste school, more inclined to a contemporary style, in contrast to the Genoese school more inclined to "British" classicism.