Piero Portaluppi: Between tradition and the avant-garde

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Piero Portaluppi: Between tradition and the avant-garde

CAD 90.00

This volume is dedicated to Piero Portaluppi (1888-1967), a significant and recently rediscovered figure of Italian twentieth-century architecture. Long neglected by critics, his work has been revisited and rightly reappraised thanks to the opening of Villa Necchi in Milan to the public.
The book traces Portaluppi’s work through three design typologies: living spaces, the aesthetics of industrial structures and public places. Notable examples of the industrial spaces include the power plants that Portalupi lovingly constructed from 1910 to 1930, real architectural gems with an eclectic taste.

 

Lorenzo Pennati, Patrizia Piccinini

Rizzoli, 2022

28.7 X 23.6 cm, 224 pages

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