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Lalique Crystal Architecture by Mario Botta

Mario Botta, the celebrated Swiss architect, was born in Mendrisio, Ticino in 1943. After serving an apprenticeship in Lugano, he attended art school in Milan, followed by studies at the University School of Architecture in Venice, obtaining his diploma in 1969 under the guidance of… 619 more words

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Não tão espectacular como o anterior, mas também com algumas preciosidades.
Mais vidro italiano a leilão.
E não nos fartamos.
(imagens: lotes de Sergio Asti, Ercole Barovier e Carlo Scarpa (2) a… 51 more words

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VENICE BIENNALE 2015

 UNOFFICIAL REPORT, AS CLOSE TO LIFE AS IT CAN BE

By Rosanna Albertini

Shaken by wind and rain, Venice, the lady who never undressed after the party, is splashed by the waves. 1,060 more words

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Daily Fill of Architecture: Carlo Scarpa

As a first year student in architecture school, I am beginning to become familiar with most architects just now. I have to admit, before starting my architectural education, I was only aware of the “popular” architects. 334 more words

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Guido Guidi x Carlo Scarpa // Viasaterna, Milano

The new exhibition at Viasaterna gallery in Milan, Col tempo – nei dintorni di Carlo Scarpa, is dedicated to Guido Guidi, internationally renowned photographer, known for being one of those who inaugurated in the early seventies a certain way of looking at landscape and therefore to portray it. 697 more words

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PRIM by Michelle Elie: Inspired by architect Carlo Scarpa

“You have to have passion. It doesn’t matter what passion you have,” says Michelle, echoing her Haitian mother, who taught her to either do it to the best of your abilities or don’t do it at all.  541 more words

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PRIM by Michelle Elie: Inspired by architect Carlo Scarpa

“You have to have passion. It doesn’t matter what passion you have,” says Michelle, echoing her Haitian mother, who taught her to either do it to the best of your abilities or don’t do it at all.  523 more words

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