Italian Designers


Is your car only half italian? advertisement, 1978. Fiat USA. Via H2074 / flickr

Lotus Esprit (Giugiaro), Triumph Spitfire Mk IV (Michelotti), Rolls-Royce Camargue (Pininfarina), Volkswagen Golf (Giugiaro), Isuzu 117 Coupé (Giugiaro), Volkswagen Scirocco (Giugiaro), BMW 2000 Touring (Michelotti), Triumph Dolomite (Michelotti), Peugeot 604 (Pininfarina), Peugeot 305 Berline (Pininfarina), Peugeot 104 Coupé (Pininfarina), Volvo 262 C (Bertone)


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Palazzo Ducale, Venice, Italy. It also also known as the Doge’s Palace. 

It is now run as a museum. 

A majority of the palace dates from the 15th century, although some areas are earlier. Almost every major Venetian painter is represented in the palace.