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Ner·vi

 (nĕr′vē), Pier Luigi 1891-1979.
Italian architect and pioneer in the decorative use of reinforced concrete.
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Nervi

(Italian ˈnɛrvi)
n
(Biography) Pier Luigi (pjɛːr luˈiːdʒi). 1891–1979, Italian engineer and architect; noted for his pioneering use of reinforced concrete as a decorative material. He codesigned the UNESCO building in Paris (1953)
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Moscow, studied at Nervi (Italy), Lausanne (Switzerland) and Paris.
With a degree from Istituto Tecnico Luigi Nervi, Rossi has gained invaluable skills and techniques that have served him well from on-the-job experience, taking him from strength to strength in his quest for culinary excellence.
Born and raised in Cremona, Italy, Rossi has a degree from Istituto Tecnico Luigi Nervi. Following his brief stint managing the family restaurant business, Rossi worked with authentic Italian kitchens such as the Ristorante 668, Osteria Pane & Salame, Palazzo Cattaneo and Ristorante Zahir.
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While the hordes aboard the gigantic cruise ships will flock to gawp at the splendour and wealth of Portofino, those in the know head to Nervi. This charming fishing town can be easily accessed from Genoa's city centre by train in less than 30 minutes.
Neither Grounds nor Connell knew how to design the "egg," so they consulted specialist concrete engineer Professor Pier Luigi Nervi. Meanwhile there was strong political pressure to get started on the concert hall as the theatre's building construction was dogged with construction problems, delays, and union strife.
The building was designed by some of mid-20th century Italy's most famous architects, Ugo Luccichenti, with help from Franco Albini (about whom you can read more about later in this very issue of WEALTH Arabia) and Pierluigi Nervi. Even famed landscape designer Maria Tersa Parpagliolo helped execute the functional yet refined style, the only woman to rise to that level at a male- dominated time.
Chef Rossi, who graduated from the "Istituto Tecnico Luigi Nervi," has more than 15 years of professional culinary experience.
Your options include Nervi, which is a short drive from the centre and has a lovely prom lined with bars and restaurants.
The first is entrapment or stretch, whether acute or prolonged, of the nerve can induce neuropathic trunk pain which involves the nervi nervorum.