In 1916, Ico Parisi was born in Palermo. After earning his construction degree, he completed an apprenticeship at Giuseppe Terragni's studio. His work, which is characterized by constant experimentation, consists of an unceasing investigation into the fields of architecture, art, and design. In 1937, he created a photographic study of the Casa del Fascio for the magazine Quadrante, which marked the entirety of Parisi's research into "meditating on the legacies and contradictions of the enormous store of ideas and forms constituted by the experience of the masters." He focused his attention on the study of furniture components between 1948 and 1950. His experience in the world of design was strongly impacted by his pivotal interactions with Munari and Fontana (1951) and Melotti.
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Ico Parisi 1947 Console in Walnut
Cassina Ico Parisi 1947 Console in Walnut