Giuseppe Sommaruga

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Villa Faccanoni in Milan (1911-1913). Photo by Paolo Monti.

Giuseppe Sommaruga (1867–1917) was an Italian architect of the Art nouveau movement. He was the pupil of Camillo Boito and Luca Beltrami to the Brera Academy in Milan. His monumental architecture exerted some influence[1] on the futurist architect Antonio Sant'Elia.

Some of his works:


  1. ^ Futurist architecture and Angiolo Mazzoni’s manifesto of aerial architecture, published in VV.AA. Angiolo Mazzoni e l'Architettura Futurista - p.11


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