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Gae Aulenti was one of the few Italian women in architecture and design to rise to prominence in the postwar years. If Italy came to be the dominant force in international product design in the 1960s, Aulenti’s iconic Locus Solus series (1964) or the Pipistrello lamp (1965) for the interior of the Paris Olivetti showroom played an important role.

As an architect, Aulenti gained worldwide recognition for the Musée d’Orsay in Paris, which she famously converted from a former train station from 1980 to 1986. The exhibition will present her multifaceted work, which also included projects in the fields of set, exhibition, and interior design.

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