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Carlo Scarpa

Venetian architect Carlo Scarpa rose to prominence after WWI with a series of productions, including the the Paul Klee exhibition for the XXIV Biennial Exhibition and the Italy Pavilion at the XXVI Biennial Exhibition. Scarpa's partnership with Venini began in 1932 — with the architect acting as artistic director until 1946 — and his primary output for the brand was lamps and objects d'art. His lasting legacy can also be seen in both the designs of models and research into the most sophisticated techniques.

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