Adalberto Dal Lago (b.1937) is an Italian architect and designer: born and active Milan. He was an assistant, Facolta di Architettura, Politecnico di Milano from 1964-70 and subsequently chair of interior design and then of the elements of composition. He published books on design and Modern architecture. The European Council commissioned him and architect Marco Zanus to publish a postwar European design book.
From 1968-75, he was the director of bimonthly architecture-design journal Rassegnamodi. He became a member of ADI (Associazione per ii Disegno Industriale).
Designing a range of products from plastic furniture and electronics to lighting and laminate prints, clients included Rossiflor, IVM, Fantoni, Louis de Poortere, Pirelli, Piriv, Abet Laminati, Salvarani, Nonwoven, Anic, La Rinascente department store, Kartell, Reguitti, Misura Emme, Francesconi, Fanini Fain, Linoleum, SIR, and Lanerossi.
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