Carlo Scarpa 1906-1978

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This publication proposes a now classic text, first published in 1984, with a new graphic layout.
Linked to the liveliest Venetian intellectual circles, Scarpa spent most of his life in the lagoon city and drew fundamental inspiration from it.
Decisive, to the point of representing an autonomous chapter in the history of twentieth century architecture, is his contribution in the field of museography, from the accommodations of Palazzo Abatellis in Palermo to Castelvecchio in Verona.
The volume illustrates Scarpa’s not so vast work through a wide selection of photographs and drawings and a vast system of equipment and critical cards.

Editor:

Electa

Author:

Francesco Dal Col, Giuseppe Mazzariol

Language:

Italian