Silvio Gambini (Teramo, 1877 –
Busto Arsizio, 1948)
During the first decade of
the century he collaborated with many
architectural journals, and
won the prize at the Oleggio agricultural,
industrial and art exhibition
in 1906. Between 1906 and 1908, he worked
with the architect Giuseppe
Sommaruga and his friend the wrought iron artist Alessandro
Mazzucotelli author of the numerous iron works in Busto
Arsizio. These acquaintances helped Silvio Gambini to
express himself in the style Liberty.
The architect realized in
Busto Arsizio besides the House Sand and the hotel Three
Kings ( disappeared for premature demolitions ), villa
Castiglioni in piazza Garibaldi , the building Colombo in
via Manara, villa Leone in corso XX Settembre, Tintoria
Garavaglia and water_mills Molini Marzoli Massari. His
Works are mainly in Busto Arsizio and Milan.
In 1911 he published in an
article ‘Modern ironwork. Ideas and sketches’ 35 designs for
doors and coffey shops.