Marassi architect dies after contracting Coronavirus

by | Mar 15, 2020 10:37

Legendary architect Vittorio Gregotti, who designed among others the Stadio Luigi Ferraris in Genoa, has died after contracting Coronavirus.

He was 92 years old and developed pneumonia as a result of the illness.

His wife Marina Mazza is in the same Milan hospital, also suffering from COVID-19 and its complications.

Among Gregotti’s famous works, the one most familiar to football fans is the Stadio Luigi Ferraris, also known as Marassi.

Legendary architect Vittorio Gregotti, who designed among others the Stadio Luigi Ferraris in Genoa, has died after contracting Coronavirus.

He was 92 years old and developed pneumonia as a result of the illness.

His wife Marina Mazza is in the same Milan hospital, also suffering from COVID-19 and its complications.

Among Gregotti’s famous works, the one most familiar to football fans is the Stadio Luigi Ferraris, also known as Marassi.

He designed the towers and grandstand that were constructed for the 1990 World Cup, making it the most English-style stadium in Italy.

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