George Ranalli: "The work by Scarpa in Verona marked my introduction to ingenious contemporary design within the fabric of an ancient city, and it was nothing less than a revelation. I was certainly “young” then, compared to Scarpa, but I trusted that my own eyes had found something very special. Encouraged by my colleague, I arranged a visit to Scarpa’s studio in Vincenza."

George Ranalli: "The work by Scarpa in Verona marked my introduction to ingenious contemporary design within the fabric of an ancient city, and it was nothing less than a revelation. I was certainly “young” then, compared to Scarpa, but I trusted that my own eyes had found something very special. Encouraged by my colleague, I arranged a visit to Scarpa’s studio in Vincenza."

Carlo Scarpa.

Carlo Scarpa.

Carlo Scarpa

Carlo Scarpa

Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, Carlo Scarpa, Achille Castiglioni e Dino Gavina_1960 ca

Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, Carlo Scarpa, Achille Castiglioni e Dino Gavina_1960 ca

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carlo scarpa

Carlo Scarpa con il maestro vetraio Arturo Biasutto detto “Boboli”, Murano, 1943. Foto Archivio Storico Luce

Carlo Scarpa con il maestro vetraio Arturo Biasutto detto “Boboli”, Murano, 1943. Foto Archivio Storico Luce

Carlo Scarpa (2 June 1906 – 28 November 1978), was an Italian architect, influenced by the materials, landscape, and the history of Venetian culture, and Japan. Scarpa translated his interests in history, regionalism, invention, and the techniques of the artist and craftsman into ingenious glass and furniture design. Graduated from the Accademia in Venice, with the title of Professor of Architecture, he apprenticed with the architect Francesco Rinaldo.

Carlo Scarpa (2 June 1906 – 28 November 1978), was an Italian architect, influenced by the materials, landscape, and the history of Venetian culture, and Japan. Scarpa translated his interests in history, regionalism, invention, and the techniques of the artist and craftsman into ingenious glass and furniture design. Graduated from the Accademia in Venice, with the title of Professor of Architecture, he apprenticed with the architect Francesco Rinaldo.

Carlo Scarpa 1954 - Carlo Scarpa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Carlo Scarpa 1954 - Carlo Scarpa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Carlo Scarpa

Carlo Scarpa

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