AGI Membership - 1981
After studying with Albe Steiner at the Società Umanitaria in Milan, Armando collaborated with important Italian design studios such as Studio Boggeri. In 1970 he founded a studio in Milan, and in 1977 he moved to New York where, after a collaboration for two years with Massimo Vignelli, he opened his own studio. He designs logos, corporate identities, books, and cultural posters. Armando also organizes design seminars and workshops in his olive mill in the south of France.
In 1995 he won an award in NY from Mayor Giuliani, for the poster New York City: Capital of the World.
In 1997 he designed the book Double Life, capturing the sense of humour and creativity of 80 AGI designers. In 2000 he won an award in Italy for the poster for the Promosedia International Chair Show.
In 2004 another poster for Promosedia won the Compasso d'Oro award at the Milan Triennale, and he also designed a peace poster distributed worldwide by the United Nations. In 2006 he designed the poster The Light of Culture for the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Egypt.