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'Carlo Scarpa'

'Carlo Scarpa'

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Scarpa, Carlo
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Italian architect Carlo Scarpa (1906–1978) is celebrated in this definitive monograph that explores his unique contribution to the Modern movement. The artistic director of Venini from 1933 to 1947, Scarpa's work straddled two worlds — the ancient and the modern — and he regularly incorporated elements from his home city of Venice, as well as Japanese culture and numerology into his designs. These are presented amongst a complete list of realised and unrealised works, alongside author Robert McCarter's experimental 'walk-throughs' of over 15 critical projects.
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Italian architect Carlo Scarpa (1906–1978) is celebrated in this definitive monograph that explores his unique contribution to the Modern movement. The artistic director of Venini from 1933 to 1947, Scarpa's work straddled two worlds — the ancient and the modern — and he regularly incorporated elements from his home city of Venice, as well as Japanese culture and numerology into his designs. These are presented amongst a complete list of realised and unrealised works, alongside author Robert McCarter's experimental 'walk-throughs' of over 15 critical projects.
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Wallpaper* says
Italian architect Carlo Scarpa (1906–1978) is celebrated in this definitive monograph that explores his unique contribution to the Modern movement. The artistic director of Venini from 1933 to 1947, Scarpa's work straddled two worlds — the ancient and the modern — and he regularly incorporated elements from his home city of Venice, as well as Japanese culture and numerology into his designs. These are presented amongst a complete list of realised and unrealised works, alongside author Robert McCarter's experimental 'walk-throughs' of over 15 critical projects.
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Length 290mm
width 250mm
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Length 290mm
width 250mm
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