Antonio Sant'Elia, Casa con ascensori esterni e sistemi di collegamento su più piani stradali, matita nera ripassata a inchiostro nero su carta, 275 × 210 mm, databile al 1914, già collezione famiglia Sant'Elia

Antonio Sant'Elia, Casa con ascensori esterni e sistemi di collegamento su più piani stradali, matita nera ripassata a inchiostro nero su carta, 275 × 210 mm, databile al 1914, già collezione famiglia Sant'Elia

Nikolai Krasil'nikov, "The New City" (1928)

Nikolai Krasil'nikov, "The New City" (1928)

Hartman Rock Garden, Springfield, OH

Hartman Rock Garden in Springfield, OH

Hartman Rock Garden, Springfield, OH

Antonio Sant'Elia - Architettura - 1912

Antonio Sant'Elia - Architettura - 1912

Antonio Sant’Elia

Antonio Sant’Elia

Louis Kahn au Design Museum de Londres

Louis Kahn au Design Museum de Londres

The ‘future’ city finds its inspiration in a philosophical, psychological and/or sociological concept, and its aim is to determine a living place for a new society in times to come. The visionary t...

4.1.4.2. The Future City

The ‘future’ city finds its inspiration in a philosophical, psychological and/or sociological concept, and its aim is to determine a living place for a new society in times to come. The visionary t...

Socialist Architecture - Page 10 - SkyscraperCity

Socialist Architecture - Page 10 - SkyscraperCity

Elizabethan Great House-EXCERPT: Barrington Court is a fine example of an Elizabethan manor house. It was started in 1514, but altered later. Barrington Court is also built to an E shape. This is often believed to be a symbol of loyalty to Queen Elizabeth, but is probably more a happy coincidence; many manor houses were built to this E shaped arrangement, but there were also H shaped houses, so there may well be some element of truth in the patriotic theory.

Elizabethan Great House-EXCERPT: Barrington Court is a fine example of an Elizabethan manor house. It was started in 1514, but altered later. Barrington Court is also built to an E shape. This is often believed to be a symbol of loyalty to Queen Elizabeth, but is probably more a happy coincidence; many manor houses were built to this E shaped arrangement, but there were also H shaped houses, so there may well be some element of truth in the patriotic theory.

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