Alfred Chiodera

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Alfred Chiodera was an Italian-Swiss architect and aero inventor.

Chiodera was born and raised in Milan, then studied at the polytechnical school in Stuttgart (1868–1872). He began working in Zurich in 1875 and worked in a longtime partnership with Theophil Tschudy.[1]

Some of his work (not necessarily aero-related) was exhibited at the 1878 Exposition universelle in Paris.[2]

Patents whose inventor or applicant is Alfred Chiodera

References

  1. Claudia Fischer-Karrer, "Chiodera, Alfred", Dictionnaire historique de la Suisse, 15 July 2005.
  2. Catalogue suisse de l'Exposition universelle internationale de Paris de 1878, p. 52.
Names Alfred Chiodera
Birth date April 25, 1850
Death date November 18, 1916
Countries CH, DE, IT
Locations Milan; Stuttgart; Zurich
Occupations architect
Tech areas LTA, frame
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