Pio Manzù

(1939-1969) He was the son of the great sculptor Giacomo Manzù. 1959 he began his studies as an industrial designer joining the Hochschule für Gestaltung at Ulm graduating with a thesis on the “safe tractor”. Since 1967 he worked as a consultant for Fiat, designing the City Taxi, the Autobianchi Coupé and the Fiat 127. He also focused on creating other objects, like Cronotime produced by the Ritz Italora; the Parentesi lamp for Flos and the “physiological armchair” designed in 1967 for La Rinascente and launched by Alias in 2011 as manzù armchair.

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