Gianni Arnaudo, architect and designer, began his career in Studio 65. Between 1970 and 1975, he made the first steps into “radical architecture” and started his collaboration with Gufram for the Multipli Collection: Capitello, Bocca, Attica, Babilonia are design objects that succeed at an international level as a result of the exhibition “Italy - New Domestic Landscape” at the MOMA in New York. Some works of that period are exhibited in museums such as the Denver Museum, the Musée des Arts Decoratives at the Louvre, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Munich and finally the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
Gianni Arnaudo created an architectural language based on research and experimentation. Among his projects we can list: Administration Building for Cuneo Province (Cuneo), Lamborghini-Contact Center (Montecarlo), Offices in the Olympic sports centre (Atlanta - USA), Sports Center (Montreal), Japanese Consulate offices (Montecarlo), Terre da Vino Winery and wine shop (Barolo, CN), Dromont industrial complex (Grinzane Cavour CN), Italgelatine industrial complex (Santa Vittoria d’Alba CN), Cuneo International Airport (Levaldigi CN), Capo Verde Museum (Capo Verde), Fogo Auditorium (Capo Verde), Museum Design Hotel in Montaldo Castel (TO), Maina Panettoni industrial complex (Fossano CN), L’Astemia Winery and wine shop - under construction (Barolo, CN).