Mendini, Alessandro (1931– ). Italian architect. A founder of Alchimia, he established his reputation with the Groningen Museum, The Netherlands (1988–94—with others, including Coop Himmelblau), and the Tour Paradis, Hiroshima, Japan (1989—with others). Mendini was responsible for the central tower at Groningen.
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