Luigi Caccia Dominioni (1913-2016) is an Italian architect and designer. He studied at the Polytechnic School of Milan and obtained his degree in architecture in 1936. During his studies, he met the brothers Livio and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, with whom he quickly became associated. The three architects were noticed, especially during the 7th Milan Triennale in 1940. After the war, Luigi Caccia Dominioni continued his architectural activity and then created his own studio. In 1947, he created Azucena with Ignazio Gardella and Corrado Corradi, a furnitures and objects company. Awarded several times the Compasso d'Oro prize, the designer has encountered success with various models such as the CDO chair. His work, made up of lightings, furnitures and design objects, as well as the buildings he designed in Milan, Como or Verona, testify of his search for modernity and his inventiveness. Luigi Caccia Dominioni died in 2016. He was one of the major figures of Italian post-war design and architecture.