Gae Aulenti graduated in Architecture in 1953 at Politecnico di Milano, enters the Neoliberty movement that retrieves the architectural values of the past, worked between 1955 and 1965 with Casabella and is an assistant at the Faculty of Architecture in Venice.
In 1965 draws "Pipistrello" for the Paris store of Olivetti, from this collaboration are born other important projects such as the one with Gianni Agnelli that restructures the apartment in Brera.
The 70's see her projected on the international scene especially in the US, while in the following decade he became president of the Academy of Brera.
His design philosophy was born from the close influence between urban space and architecture as one was born from the other.
Wonderful are the projects of the Orsay Museum in Paris and the National Museum of Modern Art at the Centre Georges Pompidou.