Born in Milan, Bruno Munari (1907-1998) was an Italian artist and graphic designer who was an advocate of the Italian Futurist movement, and one of the founders of the Italian movement for concrete art - Movimento Arte Concreta (MAC).
Later in life, he got involved in furniture and lighting design, with iconic pieces such as ‘Sedia per Visite Brevissime’, designed in 1945 and made by Zanotta in 1988, and the Falkland hanging light fixture originally designed for Danese in 1964.
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