Chiattone, Mario (1891–1957). Italian architect. With Sant'Elia he exhibited, drawings for a ‘modern metropolis’ that were among the seminal images of Italian Futurism. In the 1930s his work was associated with the Novocento Italiano group, and he turned increasingly to a stripped Neo-Classicism.
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