The Italian architect Luigi Daneri (1900-1972) studied at Genua and after the WW2 he participated in the INA-CASA, the reconstruction of housing in Italy. The Italian state established a program of building houses for workers, in order to give jobs to workers: the realization of the plan was entrusted to NA Assitalia SpA, an insurance company.
Hs is most known for his work on the co-ordination of the architectural design for parts of the INA-Casa district for 4,500 inhabitants called Forte Quezzi in Genoa (1956-1958). Forte Quezzi
Il Biscione, Forte Quezzi, 1956-1958