Hans Hollein  

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Hans Hollein (March 30, 1934, Vienna – April 24, 2014, Vienna) was an Austrian architect and designer and key figure of postmodern architecture.

Hollein worked mainly as an architect but also established himself as a designer through his work for the Memphis Group and the Alessi Company.



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