Valle, Gino

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Valle, Gino (1923–2003). Italian architect. His main output was in the field of industrial buildings, a typical example of which was the Zanussi Electrical Appliances Factory, Pordenone (1956–61), in which the aggressive tendencies of movements such as New Brutalism are expressed. He designed the monument to the Resistance, Udine (1959–1969 with Dino Balsadella and Federico Marconi), and the formal Town Hall, Casarza (1974), the Valdadige Prefabricated Schools, Udine and Venice (1978–86), Public Housing, Udine (1979), the Banca Commerciale Italiana, NYC (1981–6), and the Palazzo di Giustizia, Padua (1984–94).

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