After the high school Costantino Costanini was educated at the Politecnico di Torino Faculty of Engineering and graduated in 1927. A few years later he also received a degree in architecture. Costanini later moved to Rome, where he designed a number of public offices of great importance: the Stadio dei Marmi, the Foro Mussolini, and an Olympic size swimming pool. After World War II his main was designing industrial buildings.
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