The Built Work of Giuseppe Pizzigoni
Giuseppe Pizzigoni, architect of classical and postwar modernism in northern Italy, owes his reputation to his connections with the Novecento movement, his independence from fascism, and his interest in innovative residential floor plans. Using redrawn plans of some 60 realized buildings, the design achievements are systematically analyzed, supplemented by explanations on the historical background, a systematic catalog, and up-to-date photographic documentation.
|Verlag||Birkhäuser Verlag GmbH|
|Beiträge von||Wim van den Bergh|