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Pier Luigi Nervi

Nervi, Pier Luigi (1891–1979), Italian civil engineer and architect. In the 1940s he invented ferrocemento, a form of reinforced concrete. Notable among his bold and imaginative designs are the Turin exposition hall, the railway station in Naples, and the Olympic buildings in Rome. He also collaborated on the UNESCO headquarters in Paris.

See also: Architecture.

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