Vitorio Introini (b.1935) is an Italian architect. town planner, industrial designer and teacher.
He studied architecture at the Politecnico di Milano, to 1961.
From 1963 he worked as a consultant designer at Saporiti and later for its affliate Proposals; designed Saporiti furnishings including a 1969 library system and its New York showroom in 1975. He also taught at his alma mater the Politecnico di Milano.
Design, U. B. C. W. (n.d.). P20 table by Vittorio Introini. Castorina & Co. Retrieved June 22, 2022, from https://www.castorina.com.au/product/tables/display/609-p20-table-by-vittorio-introini
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