Gustavo Pulitzer Finali. Interpretazioni grafiche di una Villa sul mare, 1930.

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Abstract

This study concerns the graphic reading of an unbuilt project by Gustavo Pulitzer Finali, a ‘Villa by the sea’, presented at the Triennial in Monza in 1930. The redrawing of the project, necessary for the understanding of architectural thinking, shows how the Triestine architect synthesized the naval and earth architecture in a single plastic body. The digital model, as investigative tool of not explored spaces provides the scientific literature with unpublished images of the project by Pulitzer Finali.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Pagine459-468
Numero di pagine10
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2017

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