Gaetano Pesce

Born In La Spezia, Italy, In 1939 And Educated In Venice, Gaetano Pesce has become Prominent In Severl Fields – Architecture, Interior Design, Graphics, Film.
He Realised Numerous Projects In Architecture, Including The Hubin Apartment In Paris (1986), The Organic Building In Osaka (1990), The Gallery Mourmans In Knokke-Le Zoute, Belgium (1994), The Schuman Residence In New York (1994), The Office For The Advertising Agency Twba/Chiat/Day (1994), Or Monumental Glass Design Elements For The Palais Des Beaux Arts Of Lille (1996). The Architect’s Reputation Has Also Been Built Upon Exuberant Experimentation In The Area Of industrial design and furnishings. Gaetano Pesce has launched the New York city companies Fish design and open Sky to develop and manufacture home design objects, lighting and jewellery for the consumer market. Gaetano Pesce’s work is represented in the permanent collections of leading museums internationally.