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Italy: A New Architectural Landscape. Every five or six years, a different country takes the architectural lead in Europe: England came to the fore with High Tech in the early 1980s; by the end of the 1980s, France came to prominence with François Mitterand's great Parisian projects; in the 1990s, Spain and Portugal were discovering a new tradition; and recently the focus has been. He writes for Domus, The Plan, L’Arca, Abitare and Architectural Design.

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Luigi Prestinenza Puglisi. Every five or six years, a different country takes the architectural lead in Europe: England came to the fore with High Tech in the early 80s; by the end of the 80s, France came to prominence with Francois Mitterand’s great Parisian projects; in the 90s, Spain and Portugal were discovering a new tradition; and recently the focus has been. ISBN 13: 9780470031896. Series: Architectural Design 77 3. File: PDF, 2. 0 MB. Architectural Design). Every five or six years, a different country takes the architectural lead in Europe: England came to the fore with High Tech in the early 80s; by the end of the 80s, France came to prominence with Francois Mitterand's great Parisian projects; in the 90s, Spain and Portugal were discovering a new tradition; and recently the focus has been.

Italy: A New Architectural Landscape (Architectural Design May June 2007 Vol 77 No 3). Luigi Prestinenza Puglisi.

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Luigi Prestinenza Puglisi is an architectural writer and critic. He writes for Domus, The Plan, L'Arca, Abitare and Architectural Design. He is the Italian correspondent for A10 new European architecture, Monument (Australia) and the Architect's Newspaper (USA). Prestinenza Puglisi is the director of the weekly presS/Tletter ( ww. resstletter. com ) and curator of numerous exhibitions and events.

Every five or six years, a different country takes the architectural lead in Europe:  England came to the fore with High Tech in the early 80s; by the end of the 80s, France came to prominence with Francois Mitterand’s great Parisian projects; in the 90s, Spain and Portugal were discovering a new tradition; and recently the focus has been on The Netherlands. In this ever shifting European landscape, Italy is now set to challenge the status quo. Already home to some of the world’s most well-renowned architects - Renzo Piano, Massimiliano Fuksas and Antonio Citterio – it also has many talented architects like Mario Cucinella, Italo Rota, Stefano Boeri, the ABDR group and Giuseppina Grasso Cannizzo, who are now gaining international attention. Moreover there is an extraordinary emergence of younger architects – the Erasmus generation ­–  that is beginning to realise some very promising buildings of their own.
Italy: A New Architectural Landscape (Architectural Design) download epub
Humanities
Author: Luigi Prestinenza Puglisi
ISBN: 0470031891
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Academy Press; 1 edition (July 23, 2007)
Pages: 144 pages