Born in Lima (Peru) in 1931, Tito Agnoli graduated in architecture in Milan and started his career working as Ponti and De Carlo’s assistant at the Faculty of Architecture in Milan. An inspiring lecturer, Agnoli also taught at the ‘Instituto d’Arte’ in Lissone. ... Read more
Agnoli’s work as an industrial designer became well known due to his nominations for international awards. He was nominated twice for the ‘Compasso d’Oro’ Award and was awarded the Gold Medal at Neocon in Chicago.
During his career, Tito Agnoli collaborated with well known manufacturers such as Poltrona Frau and Oluce, among others.
Some of his design pieces are part of the permanent collection of the MoMa in New York.
Agnoli died in Milan in February 2012.Read more
Tito Agnoli Furniture Designs
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