Giuseppe Terragni; Chromed Tubular Metal and Wood Chair for Casa del Fascio, c1935.

Giuseppe Terragni for Casa del Fascio; chair, chromed tubular steel and wood, Italy, 1935

Giuseppe Terragni, Casa del Fascio, Planned within a perfect square and half as high as its 110 foot width, the half cube of the Casa del Fascio established the pinnacle of strict rational.

Casa del Fascio, Como, Italy, 1936 (Giuseppe Terragni)

attention-please: Casa del Fascio, Como, Italy, 1936 (Giuseppe Terragni)

Andreas Martin-Löf Arkitekter has completed a cluster of affordable apartment blocks in the Swedish capital, featuring facades with alternating opaque and transparent sections

Snabba Hus Västberga, Stockholm, Sweden, by Andreas Martin-Löf Arkitekter

Danteum, Giuseppe Terragni. #GISSLER #interiordesign

Terrragni's Danteum as a means of ascending and descending, subdividing of spaces, and elegant plan making.

Danteum, Giuseppe Terragni. #GISSLER #interiordesign

Terrragni's Danteum as a means of ascending and descending, subdividing of spaces, and elegant plan making.

Giuseppe Terragni (1904-1943).

18 April 1904 – 19 July 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.

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