Tito Agnoli (1931-2012) was from an Italian family who was living in Lima, Peru.
After the war he went to Italy and setteled down in Milan.
He initially trained as a painter (he studied with Sironi) and in 1949 he enrolled in the Faculty of Architecture, where he graduated in 1959.
During those years he was assistant to Gio Ponti and to Carlo De...
Tito Agnoli, Armchair and "BR 3" chaise longue, manufactured by Pierantonio Bonacina, wicker and rod iron, circa 1962, Italy. Armchair: height: 67 cm, width: 59 cm, depth: 104 cm, Chaise Longue: height: 62 cm, width: 61 cm, depth: 162 cm.