Paolo Marangon

Paolo Marangon

Venice area, Italy / architect, designer, copy and marathon runner... not always in this order
Paolo Marangon
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land art - Pesquisa Google

land art - Pesquisa Google

Frank-Gehry-architecture-Dezeen-----This week Frank Gehry responded to criticism of his architecture by wielding his middle finger to gathered journalists (pictured), and we reported on the Chinese president's call for an end to "weird architecture" in China. Read on for more architecture and design highlights, plus our track of the week. More »

Frank-Gehry-architecture-Dezeen-----This week Frank Gehry responded to criticism of his architecture by wielding his middle finger to gathered journalists (pictured), and we reported on the Chinese president's call for an end to "weird architecture" in China. Read on for more architecture and design highlights, plus our track of the week. More »

è RARO passare per ASSAPORARE...

è RARO passare per ASSAPORARE...

Philip Jonson

Philip Jonson

tadao ando - Google Search

tadao ando - Google Search

“Generally people think that good design is how it looks. It is how it looks, how it feels, the character it has, the whole thing in one package. To make something good it takes all of those ingredients worked out.” - Michael Graves. #inspiration #architecture #design

“Generally people think that good design is how it looks. It is how it looks, how it feels, the character it has, the whole thing in one package. To make something good it takes all of those ingredients worked out.” - Michael Graves. #inspiration #architecture #design

Libeskind rails at architects who build "gleaming towers for despots" Dezeen

Libeskind rails at architects who build "gleaming towers for despots" Dezeen

James Stirling

James Stirling

Charlotte Perriand. One of the most influential furniture designers of the early modern movement, CHARLOTTE PERRIAND (1903-1999) introduced the ‘machine age’ aesthetic to interiors in the steel, aluminium and glass furniture she created at Le Corbusier’s architectural studio in the late 1920s and 1930s. She then continued her experiments with different materials.

Charlotte Perriand. One of the most influential furniture designers of the early modern movement, CHARLOTTE PERRIAND (1903-1999) introduced the ‘machine age’ aesthetic to interiors in the steel, aluminium and glass furniture she created at Le Corbusier’s architectural studio in the late 1920s and 1930s. She then continued her experiments with different materials.

Female Idol of the Week: Charlotte Perriand Assistant to Le Corbusier from 1928, Perriand had a profound influence on the Modernist master, in particular her focus on the interior and furnishings, which Le Corbusier tended to dismiss on account of his belief in the superiority of the exterior. She is also credited, by Josep Lluis Sert (Dean of Harvard Graduate School of Design in the 1950s), for reinstating Le Corbusier’s interest in the vernacular and materials of humble and peasant…

Female Idol of the Week: Charlotte Perriand Assistant to Le Corbusier from 1928, Perriand had a profound influence on the Modernist master, in particular her focus on the interior and furnishings, which Le Corbusier tended to dismiss on account of his belief in the superiority of the exterior. She is also credited, by Josep Lluis Sert (Dean of Harvard Graduate School of Design in the 1950s), for reinstating Le Corbusier’s interest in the vernacular and materials of humble and peasant…