Gae Aulenti (Italy, 1927-1972) was one of the few female members of the post-war Italian modern movement. She made a name for herself at the beginning of her career as an industrial designer, before gaining fame for larger architectural works.
After studying architecture at the Polytechnic of Milan. Aulenti designed furniture, lamps and textiles for international design firms and exhibition halls and sets for the opera. She was responsible for the interiors of the Musée D'Orsay and the Contemporary Art Gallery and the Pompidou Center, both in Paris, and the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.
Naharro furniture distributes the pieces manufactured by different brands of furniture and lighting and designed by Gae Aulenti in its stores in Madrid and online store, with delivery and assembly service throughout Spain. Ask us any additional information.