Giuseppe Terragni

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Giuseppe Terragni; Chromed Tubular Metal and Wood Chair for Casa del Fascio, c1935.

Giuseppe Terragni; Chromed Tubular Metal and Wood Chair for Casa del Fascio, c1935.

AD Classics: Casa del Fascio / Giuseppe Terragni AD Classics: Casa del Fascio / Giuseppe Terragni (15) – ArchDaily

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AD Classics: Casa del Fascio / Giuseppe Terragni AD Classics: Casa del Fascio / Giuseppe Terragni (15) – ArchDaily

Giuseppe Terragni, Luigi Figini, Gino Pollini, and Pietro Lingeri, New Seat of the Academy of the Brera, Milan, Italy, 1935-1936

Giuseppe Terragni, Luigi Figini, Gino Pollini, and Pietro Lingeri, New Seat of the Academy of the Brera, Milan, Italy, 1935-1936

Casa Giuliani-Frigerio par Giuseppe Terragni à Côme (1939)

Casa Giuliani-Frigerio par Giuseppe Terragni à Côme (1939)

residential building Sempione / Giuseppe Terragni, 1929

residential building Sempione / Giuseppe Terragni, 1929

Casa Rustici-Comolli, Milan 1934 G. Terragni

Casa Rustici-Comolli, Milan 1934 G. Terragni

Tales from Interactive Media for Interior Design – best works of the week!  Giuseppe Terragni – Casa sul lago per l’artista  Rendering by Nicola Locatelli.  Toys: 3DS Max, Maxwell render, Photoshop

Tales from Interactive Media for Interior Design – best works of the week! Giuseppe Terragni – Casa sul lago per l’artista Rendering by Nicola Locatelli. Toys: 3DS Max, Maxwell render, Photoshop

como - casa del fascio - interior

como - casa del fascio - interior

rudygodinez:  Giuseppe Terragni, Casa del Fascio, (1932-1936)  Planned within a perfect square and half as high as its 110 foot width, the half cube of the Casa del Fascio established the pinnacle of strict rational geometry. Looking like a giant Rubik’s Cube, the building is a serious game of architectural logic. Each of the building’s four facades is different, hinting at the internal layout and rhythmically balancing the open and closed spaces.  On every side except the south-east ...

rudygodinez: Giuseppe Terragni, Casa del Fascio, (1932-1936) Planned within a perfect square and half as high as its 110 foot width, the half cube of the Casa del Fascio established the pinnacle of strict rational geometry. Looking like a giant Rubik’s Cube, the building is a serious game of architectural logic. Each of the building’s four facades is different, hinting at the internal layout and rhythmically balancing the open and closed spaces. On every side except the south-east ...

staircase NOVOCOMUN. COMO. G. TERRAGNI by XOSI RA, via Flickr

staircase NOVOCOMUN. COMO. G. TERRAGNI by XOSI RA, via Flickr

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