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Ever since he made New York his home in 1970, architect Roberto Brambilla has been a champion for sustainability, social issues and European design. Born in Milan and educated in Switzerland he came to the U.S. in 1968, after winning a prestigious fellowship to study and research at Harvard, where he earned a Masters of Architecture in Urban Design. Now he has undertaken a bold new restoration project, Casal di Noto, that is about to open on the island of Sicily. In this interview he talks about his life in New York, his work around the world, and the experiences that shaped his perspective.
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