Marco Zanuso

Marco Zanuso was an Italian Architect and Designer, renowned for his contribution in establishing the Modern Design movement in postwar Italy.

He was one of the first designers in Italy to take an interest in product industrialization, going beyond aesthetics to incorporate technological, industrial, and communication variables. 

Zanuso's designs were recognised by the Triennale di Milano in five different exhibitions as well as the New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMA); which holds fifteen of his works in a permanent collection.