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Designer
Rossano Didaglio

Rossano Didaglio was born in Biella, 15 maggio 1956. After the study in Architecture in Politecnico of Torino, he begin an intense design activity in particularly in Interior design. Some project about this period are fair and cultural exposition, the transformation of an old mountain building according to the project of a house for holidays and the realization of several architectural intervents in residential and commercial interiors.

Towards the end of the 1980s that joins its personal experience with Alberto Rizzi. They start working with important design companies like Boffi, Living, La Palma, Ritmonio.

Besides the cooperation with Alberto Rizzi, he works with other companies of the sector like Fly-Line, Baxter, BM Design. Now his professional activity is divided between Industrial and Interior design in his Showroom/study, Progetto srl in Biella.

For Ritmonio he has planned: Paolo e Francesca in collaboration with Alberto Rizzi.

Alberto Rizzi

Architect (Biella, 8th August 1959) Graduated at the Politecnico of Turin and in the first half of the 70s he makes his first experiences in some offices of architects in Treviso and Venice.
In 1979 he is admitted to an exhibition in Pistoia with a project of re-qualification of the former airport and there he meets GM. This experience marks definitely his architectural calling. During his studies at the university he substitutes classes with an intense field research: first of all he becomes assistant of Prof. C. in the erecting yard of the O.N.’s Cartiere Burgo’s New Seat in S.Mauro Torinese (thanks to this job he gains the transfer to the University of Florence). Finally he works in the restoration yard of Palazzo Te in Mantua. On this experience he writes his final dissertation at university: a project for a passage connecting trench above the covering of palace rooms and an invitation to cooperate to the new magazine “Quaderni di Palazzo Te”.

His activity goes from architecture to industrial design. The “Eroica” kitchen, outlined in 1990 for Boffi, gets an award at the VII edition of the Salone Permanente delle Innovazioni Tecnologiche in the Science and Tecnology Museum in Milan, where the “Eroica” has been displayed.

He takes part to many international reviews in Paris, London, Frankfurt, etc. In London, when the 500 years from Lorenzo the Magnificent’s death is celebrated, the Italian drawing section is represented by his project. In 1993 he attends, together with other authors, the “Fabbrica Estetica” exhibition, organized by AM in the Pavillon “Italy” of the Grand Palais of Paris with the cooperation of the Institute for Export Trade.
His works can be found all around the world in many magazines of architecture and design.

For Ritmonio he has planned: Paolo e Francesca in collaboration with Rossano Didaglio.

Architect (Biella, 8th August 1959) Graduated at the Politecnico of Turin and in the first half of the 70s he makes his first experiences in some offices of architects in Treviso and Venice.
In 1979 he is admitted to an exhibition in Pistoia with a project of re-qualification of the former airport and there he meets GM. This experience marks definitely his architectural calling. During his studies at the university he substitutes classes with an intense field research: first of all he becomes assistant of Prof. C. in the erecting yard of the O.N.’s Cartiere Burgo’s New Seat in S.Mauro Torinese (thanks to this job he gains the transfer to the University of Florence). Finally he works in the restoration yard of Palazzo Te in Mantua. On this experience he writes his final dissertation at university: a project for a passage connecting trench above the covering of palace rooms and an invitation to cooperate to the new magazine “Quaderni di Palazzo Te”.

His activity goes from architecture to industrial design. The “Eroica” kitchen, outlined in 1990 for Boffi, gets an award at the VII edition of the Salone Permanente delle Innovazioni Tecnologiche in the Science and Tecnology Museum in Milan, where the “Eroica” has been displayed.

He takes part to many international reviews in Paris, London, Frankfurt, etc. In London, when the 500 years from Lorenzo the Magnificent’s death is celebrated, the Italian drawing section is represented by his project. In 1993 he attends, together with other authors, the “Fabbrica Estetica” exhibition, organized by AM in the Pavillon “Italy” of the Grand Palais of Paris with the cooperation of the Institute for Export Trade.
His works can be found all around the world in many magazines of architecture and design.

For Ritmonio he has planned: Paolo e Francesca in collaboration with Rossano Didaglio.

Alberto Rizzi