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Pio Manzu

(1939-1969) Pio Manzù, son of the famous sculptor Giacomo Manzù, was a young designer and one of the founding members of the 'International Research Center on Environmental Structures'. He distinguished himself as the designer of one of the most successful models of the Italian motor-car industry, the Fiat 127, as well as of numerous vehicle prototypes of...

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Pio Manzu

(1939-1969)

Pio Manzù, son of the famous sculptor Giacomo Manzù, was a young designer and one of the founding members of the 'International Research Center on Environmental Structures'. He distinguished himself as the designer of one of the most successful models of the Italian motor-car industry, the Fiat 127, as well as of numerous vehicle prototypes of innovative content from both the formal and technical points of view.

In May 1969, at the early age of thirty, Pio Manzù died in a tragic road accident while on his way to Turin. In memory of their prematurely deceased friend, the founding members decided to call the Institute the 'Pio Manzù International Research Centre'.

 

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