Wednesday 25 April, 2012

Giancarlo De Carlo / Moleskine


Inspiration and Process in Architecture is a series of monographs on key figures in modern and contemporary architecture. It offers a reading of the practice of design which emphasis the value of freehand drawing as a part of the creative process.

Giancarlo De Carlo (1919-2005) is one of Italy’s most influential modernist architects and a pioneer of participation focussed design. The series is presented in a completely new format combining an 18th century clothbound style with a front and back cover in raw grey cardboard. The books also incorporate classic Moleskine features.

ISBN 13: 978-88-6613-003-1
Size (inches): 5” x 8 ¼”
Size (cm): 13×21
Pages: 144
Collection: Books
Model: Books
Cover: Hard Cover
Colour: Special
Layout: Structured
Format: Large

005 Writings
006 Complicity between the hands and the intellect
010 Conversation about Giancarlo de Carlo
021 Drawings
024 Trees and towers
036 Towers and Domes

050 Domes and Light
070 Light and Eyes
084 Eyes and Cities
100 Cities and Encounters
134 The End
139 Biography


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