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Lomazzi Paolo

Lomazzi Paolo

Paolo Lomazzi, before 1966, the year of the establishment of Studio De Pas D’Urbino Lomazzi, founded the S24 Studio with Lorenzo Roschi and Carlo Jachino in Milan, and later, with Carla Scolari, the Studio Lomazzi-Scolari.
With Jonathan De Pas and Donato D’Urbino he develops a design activity characterized by the use of signs, materials and industrial technologies: he designs and realizes a series of pneumatic structures for the XIV Triennale of Milan and for the Italian Pavilion at the World Expo of Osaka. In 1967 they produced, by Zanotta, the inflatable Blow armchair.

They design industrial and residential buildings and extend their intervention to the different areas of the design product: equipment for the home, the office and the sales and exhibition areas, health, lighting, electronics, collaborating with some of the best-known Italian companies, including which Acerbis, Artemide, Alessi, BBB Bonacina,…

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