Chichibio Telephone Stand designed by Gino Levi Montalcini & Giuseppe Pagano Pogatschnig
Gino Levi Montalcini. Graduating as a designer in 1925, in the years 1928-1930 with Giuseppe Pagano, he made some important very early examples of the New Architecture, consisting of the Gualino office structure in Turin. Active in the MIAR conversation, he contributed insides, styles and stands to the Monza and Milan Triennials. From 1930 to 1936 he wrote for Los angeles Casa Bella and Domus. After the war he continued to work as a designer, also creating the seat of Turin University (with Morelli's group). He educated at the University of Palermo and afterwards in Padua and Turin, where he held the chair of Architectural Composition up until 1972.Giuseppe Pagano Pogatschnig. During the initial world war he enrolled as a volunteer, italianizing his name into "Pagano". After graduating in architecture at Turin University in 1924, he coordinated the technological office of the 1928 Turin Exhibit, where with Levi-Montalcini he developed a collection of pavillions; in addition to the latter he likewise made the Gualino workplace structure in the exact same year. After moving to Milan in 1931, he collaborated with Persico at Los angeles Casa Bella. From 1938 to 1941 he worked together with Predeval on the prepare for the Bocconi University in Milan. Soon just before being telephoned for army solution, with Bega and Bontempelli he ended up being publisher of Domus. After joining the resistance movement in 1943, he was jailed and deported to Germany where he perished in concentration camp.Chichibio Telephone StandChromium-plated, tubular steel framework. Shelves in white/black color, layered plastic laminate.