Architect Giuseppe Terragni

Giuseppe Terragni (18 April 1904 – 19 July 1943) was an Italian architect who worked primarily under the fascist regime of Benito Mussolini and pioneered the Italian modern movement under the rubric of Rationalism. His most famous work is the Casa del Fascio built in Como, northern Italy, which was begun in 1932 and completed in 1936; it was built in accordance with the International Style of architecture and frescoed by abstract artist Mario Radice.
Terragni a Roma

Terragni a Roma

Monument to the Fallen by Giuseppe Terragni   - Como, Italy - Photographer unknown, 1933.

Monument to the Fallen by Giuseppe Terragni - Como, Italy - Photographer unknown, 1933.

Casa Rustici. Milan, Italy 1933.

Casa Rustici. Milan, Italy 1933.

Giuseppe Terragni a Roma FLAVIO MANGIONE, LUCA RIBICHINI

Giuseppe Terragni a Roma FLAVIO MANGIONE, LUCA RIBICHINI

Geometric framework of Danteum plan using golden sections.

Geometric framework of Danteum plan using golden sections.

Inside "Casa del Fascio" Como, Italy

Inside "Casa del Fascio" Como, Italy

Casa Pedraglio, Como  Giuseppe Terragni, 1935

Casa Pedraglio, Como Giuseppe Terragni, 1935

Casa Giuliani Frigerio / Como, Italia (1939-1940)

Galería de En Viaje: edificios emblemáticos de Giuseppe Terragni - 10

Casa Giuliani Frigerio / Como, Italia (1939-1940)

Novocomum, Como Giuseppe Terragni - Google-Suche

Novocomum, Como Giuseppe Terragni - Google-Suche

TERRAGNI DANTEUM EXTERIORS on Behance

TERRAGNI DANTEUM EXTERIORS on Behance

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