Umberto Nordio

March 7, 1891 in Triest, Italy
Oct. 28, 1978 in Triest, Italy

He studied in Milan and worked for the years together with his father, an architect. In the 1930s he adopted some features of modern architecture, especially for the two high-rise buildings in Rijeka and Triest. At the same time he used to design houses in a more academic and Neo-style. He was part of the Italian fascist movement, trying to fulfill the wishes of the Italian fascist party.

After World War II he was reponsable for many official buildings in Italy.



Rijeka, Croatia
Rijeka's Skycraper (Riječki neboder)