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Giancarlo De Carlo

Author : Benedict Zucchi
ISBN : UOM:39015029714808
Genre : Architects
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A critical survey of De Carlo's work, this book traces the evolution of his ideas and reviews his theoretical writings. Featuring a recent interview with De Carlo, it provides examples of his work, and gives new insights into different aspects of modern architecture in Italy.
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Giancarlo De Carlo

Author : John McKean
ISBN : UOM:39015059122880
Genre : Architecture
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Giancarlo De Carlo (born in 1919) has been at the centre of the European architectural scene for half a century. His career epitomizes the engaged intellectual. His achieved socio-political position grew from action as a young anti-Fascist partisan in the 1940s who then in the 1950s become an uncompromising critic of the International Style and a central member of Team X which finally broke with the CIAM establishment in 1959. His philosophy has found expression in half a century of coherent architectural work: writing, teaching, design projects, publishing and - centrally - built and inhabited places layered into an existing world. The book, which gives a survey of De Carlo's work from the beginning in the early 1950s up to the present day, accompanies an exhibition on the architect in the Centre Pompidou in Paris and other venues.
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Giancarlo De Carlo

Author : Margherita Guccione
ISBN : 8837037740
Genre : Architecture
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Giancarlo De Carlo

Author : Moleskine
ISBN : 8866130036
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The collection of Inspiration And Process In Architecture is a new series of illustrated monographs dedicated to key figures in contemporary architecture. This new collection features Zaha Hadid, Giancarlo De Carlo, Bolles+Wilson and Alberto Kalach whose stories are told through notes and drawings never before seen.The series introduces a new clothbound format, with a hard, paper cover and colored spine matching the elastic band. The drawings inside are printed on glossy coated paper.
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Jose Antonio Coderch

Author : Giancarlo De Carlo
ISBN : 8434310872
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After graduating from Barcelona¿s Higher School of Architecture in 1940, José Antonio Coderch (1913-1984) went on to become one of the most influential European architects of his generation. One of the founding members of Team X - a group of young architects who first came together in the 1950s in order to discuss the modernization of European architecture after World War II - Coderch was considered by many of his peers to be one of the leading figures in the rebirth of Mediterranean architecture within the Modernist movement. Based on meticulous research, as well as the personal recollections of two of Coderch¿s closest Team X colleagues - Giancarlo de Carlo and Peter Smithson - this is a must-have volume for all those interested in the birth of modern architecture.
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Scritti Per Domus

Author : Giancarlo De Carlo (Architecte, Italie)
ISBN : OCLC:602589457
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Alternative Visions Of Post War Reconstruction

Author : John Pendlebury
ISBN : 9781317698654
Genre : Architecture
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The history of post Second World War reconstruction has recently become an important field of research around the world; Alternative Visions of Post-War Reconstruction is a provocative work that questions the orthodoxies of twentieth century design history. This book provides a key critical statement on mid-twentieth century urban design and city planning, focused principally upon the period between the start of the Second World War to the mid-sixties. The various figures and currents covered here represent a largely overlooked field within the history of 20th century urbanism. In this period while certain modernist practices assumed an institutional role for post-war reconstruction and flourished into the mainstream, such practices also faced opposition and criticism leading to the production of alternative visions and strategies. Spanning from a historically-informed modernism to the increasing presence of urban conservation the contributors examine these alternative approaches to the city and its architecture.
Category: Architecture

Urbino

Author : Giancarlo De Carlo
ISBN : UOM:39015019194458
Genre : Architecture
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Travel Space Architecture

Author : Jilly Traganou
ISBN : 9781409488200
Genre : Political Science
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Travel, Space, Architecture defines a new theoretical territory in architectural and urban scholarship that frames the processes of spatial production through the notion of travel. By aligning architectural thinking with current critical theory debates, this book explores whether dissociating culture from place and identity, and detaching the idea of architecture from both, can reframe our understanding of spatial and architectural practices. The book presents seventeen key case studies from a diverse range of perspectives including historical, theoretical, and praxis-based, and range from interrogations of architectural travel and notions of belonging and nationhood to challenging established geopolitical hierarchies.
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Architecture And Participation

Author : Peter Blundell Jones
ISBN : 9781134370962
Genre : Architecture
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Bringing together leading international practitioners and theorists in the field, ranging from the 1960s pioneers of participation to some of the major contemporary figures in the field, Architecture and Participation opens up the social and political aspects of our built environment, and the way that the eventual users may shape it. Divided into three sections, looking at the politics, histories and practices of participation, the book gives both a broad theoretical background and more direct examples of participation in practice. Respectively the book explores participation's broader context, outlining key themes and including work from some seminal European figures and shows examples of how leading practitioners have put their ideas into action. Illustrated throughout, the authors present to students, practitioners and policy makers an exploration of how a participative approach may lead to new spatial conditions, as well as to new types of architectural practices, and investigates the way that the user has been included in the design process.
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Structural Analysis Of Historical Constructions Anamnesis Diagnosis Therapy Controls

Author : Koen Van Balen
ISBN : 9781317206620
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Structural Analysis of Historical Constructions. Anamnesis, diagnosis, therapy, controls contains the papers presented at the 10th International Conference on Structural Analysis of Historical Constructions (SAHC2016, Leuven, Belgium, 13-15 September 2016). The main theme of the book is “Anamnesis, Diagnosis, Therapy, Controls”, which emphasizes the importance of all steps of a restoration process in order to obtain a thorough understanding of the structural behaviour of built cultural heritage. The contributions cover every aspect of the structural analysis of historical constructions, such as material characterization, structural modelling, static and dynamic monitoring, non-destructive techniques for on-site investigation, seismic behaviour, rehabilitation, traditional and innovative repair techniques, and case studies. The knowledge, insights and ideas in Structural Analysis of Historical Constructions. Anamnesis, diagnosis, therapy, controls make this book of abstracts and the corresponding, digital full-colour conference proceedings containing the full papers must-have literature for researchers and practitioners involved in the structural analysis of historical constructions.
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The University As A Settlement Principle

Author : Francesco Zuddas
ISBN : 9781351680264
Genre : Architecture
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The 1960s and the 1970s marked a generational shift in architectural discourse at a time when the revolts inside universities condemned the academic institution as a major force behind the perpetuation of a controlling society. Focusing on the crisis and reform of higher education in Italy, The University as a Settlement Principle investigates how university design became a lens for architects to interpret a complex historical moment that was marked by the construction of an unprecedented number of new campuses worldwide. Implicitly drawing parallels with the contemporary condition of the university under a regime of knowledge commodification, it reviews the vision proposed by architects such as Vittorio Gregotti, Giuseppe Samonà, Archizoom, Giancarlo De Carlo, and Guido Canella, among others, to challenge the university as a bureaucratic and self-contained entity, and defend, instead, the role of higher education as an agent for restructuring vast territories. Through their projects, the book discusses a most fertile and heroic moment of Italian architectural discourse and argues for a reconsideration of architecture’s obligation to question the status quo. This work will be of interest to postgraduate researchers and academics in architectural theory and history, campus design, planning theory, and history.
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