Corsini and Wiskemann

New graduates in architecture, Costantino Corsini and Giorgio Wiskemann started the professional studio bearing their names in 1956, resulting in the development of a collaboration that had in fact already been in place since university days. Active for a few years, along with the founders, were both architects’ wives, Giuliana Grossi and Yolanda Collamati. Among the studio's initial work were the staging and furnishing of the main lobby and Auditorium of the Pirelli Tower in Milan, several competitions, and the staging of exhibitions and fairs. Corsini and Wiskemann would realise over 100 industrial buildings in the country and abroad, especially in Latin America.