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Carlo Cafferini | LensCulture

Carlo Cafferini | LensCulture

Amedeo Liberatoscioli: City Elements

Amedeo Liberatoscioli: City Elements

Presence-Absence in Architecture Carlo Cafferini    The purpose of the project is to present this dualism through some architectural examples that show how the human figure can be invisible , making the architecture almost abstract , detached from human component , or might be perceived even if not directly visible , up to the manifest presence. But even if manifest , the human presence finishes to merge with the architecture and blend with it , in a last attempt of the latter to rebel…

Presence-Absence in Architecture Carlo Cafferini The purpose of the project is to present this dualism through some architectural examples that show how the human figure can be invisible , making the architecture almost abstract , detached from human component , or might be perceived even if not directly visible , up to the manifest presence. But even if manifest , the human presence finishes to merge with the architecture and blend with it , in a last attempt of the latter to rebel…

#architectural #texture

#architectural #texture

love the wall shelves... and the furniture.

love the wall shelves... and the furniture.

Secret Code by Carlo Cafferini

Secret Code by Carlo Cafferini

Frammentarie affabulazioni

Frammentarie affabulazioni

Biblioteca di Nembro - Archea

Biblioteca di Nembro - Archea

Gasp! Stage 2, Glenorchy, Tasmania, Australia Percorso pedonale che gioca con i colori per collegare le diverse aree dello splendido litorale, precedentemente isolate. Tipologia: padiglione e percorso pedonale Architetti: Room 11 Committente: Glenorchy City Council Lunghezza: 3km Materiali: sughero, acciaio, cemento, vetro Completamento: 2013

Gasp! Stage 2, Glenorchy, Tasmania, Australia Percorso pedonale che gioca con i colori per collegare le diverse aree dello splendido litorale, precedentemente isolate. Tipologia: padiglione e percorso pedonale Architetti: Room 11 Committente: Glenorchy City Council Lunghezza: 3km Materiali: sughero, acciaio, cemento, vetro Completamento: 2013

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