Vittorio Mazzucconi is an Italian architect, urban planner, painter and philosopher: professions that do not, however, fully reflect his personality. In all these disciplines he is not a specialist, on the contrary he is an "anti-professional and a poet", as John Klaus Koenig defines him, and also, in the depths of his soul, a mystic. Others, including Riccardo Barletta, speak of him as a guru. He writes of him that "he is a man who has chosen active isolation, intellectual monasticism. In the context of the ephemeral and heterogeneous libidinal disruption of our time, his work, for decades at the forefront, constitutes a moral and cultural; his creativity is sapiential ".
18 Jun 1929 , Grosseto