Italian Retreat From Modern Architecture Analysis

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`The Italian Retreat from Modern Architecture: Gio Ponti, Neoliberty and others

Italy is decentralized in Europe, south side reppin
Transition Interview
Difficult position in the way they accept refugees, pressures
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Gio Ponti, tea-pot, Christofle production, 1956

Gio Ponti, ‘Bijenkorf’ Department Store, Eindhoven, Holland, 1967, model
Gio Ponti, ‘Bijenkorf’ Department Store, Eindhoven, Holland, 1967, view from the street

Gio Ponti, ‘Shui-Hing’ Department Store, Honk Kong, 1963, model
Gio Ponti, ‘Shui-Hing’ Department Store, Honk Kong, 1963 became much more contemporary buildings façade are much more considered a building as a facade

Gio Ponti, Hospital San Carlo, Chapel, Milan, 1966, plan and section
Gio Ponti, Hospital San Carlo, Chapel, Milan, 1966, view from the street
Gio Ponti, Hospital San Carlo, Chapel, the entry from outside
Gio Ponti, Hospital San Carlo, Chapel, interior view

Gio Ponti, Hospital San Carlo, Chapel, 1966, interior view
Steven Holl, D.E Shaw & Co., Offices, New York, 1991

Gio Ponti, Denver Art Museum, 1971
Rem Koolhaas (OMA), Centre for Art, Media and Technology, Karlsruhe, 1989-92, model

Gio Ponti, Denver Art Museum, 1971
Gio Ponti, Denver Art Museum, 1971

Gio Ponti, Cathedral, Taranto, Puglia, Italy, 1970

Gio Ponti, Pirelli Tower, Milan, 1956
About the façade but about the questions that relate back to Italy

SOM, Lever House, New York, 1950-52
Office district buildings, Stockholm,
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747, 1959
Roberto Gabetti & Aimaro Isola, ‘L’impegno della tradizione’ (‘Commitment in the name of tradition’), article in Casabella, no. 215, April-May

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