Angiolo Mazzoni

May 21, 1894 in Bologna, Italy
Sept. 28, 1979 in Rome (Roma), Italy

He is considered one of the most important architects in Italy. His range of styles is very wide. Many railway stations and post office buildings were designed by him. His main creative period was the time during the Italian fascism, to which he admitted publicly and from which he did not distance even after World War II. 

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Buildings

Florence (Firenze), Italy
Santa Maria Novella

Florence (Firenze), Italy
Heating plant and signal box (Centrale termica e cabina apparati della stazione)