The architect Italo Rota has died


By John

The architect of the twentieth century museum died in Milan, where he was born in 1953 Italo Rota. The president of Triennale Milano tells Ansa Stefano Boeri, explaining that «we will certainly have the funeral home in the Triennale, which is his home».

Italo Rota was an Italian architect born on 18 July 1953 in Milan. He was known for his work in contemporary architecture and design. Rota had studied at the University of Florence and subsequently worked with some of the most renowned architects in the world, such as Aldo Rossi and Ettore Sottsass.

His works are characterized by bold and innovative design, often combining modern forms with artistic elements and sustainability concepts. He has completed numerous projects of various scales, including residential, commercial and cultural buildings, as well as interior design projects and art installations.

Some of his most famous works include the “Leonardo da Vinci” Museum of Science and Technology in Milan, the Italian Pavilion at the 2008 Venice Biennale, and the RCS MediaGroup headquarters in Milan. Rota is also known for his involvement in urban regeneration projects and for his commitment to finding innovative solutions to the challenges of contemporary architecture.