Born in Milan, in 1926 Pollini joined Gruppo 7, and from 1929 he worked in collaboration with another member of the group, Luigi Figini. Figini & Pollini had a long association with the Olivetti company from 1934 through 1957, designing many of their headquarters buildings at Ivrea. He also taught architecture in Milan and Palermo.
Figini & Pollini, church of the Madonna dei Poveri, Milan (1952-54). Photo by Paolo Monti, 1960
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