Drawer 11

... Chernikhov (1889–1951), Compositional Study, c. 1928. Black and coloured inks and gouache on paper, mounted on card, 105 × 140 mm. From the workshop of Antonio da Sangallo the Younger (1484–1546), Studies for Machinery, c. 1540. Ink on paper, 300 × 220 mm. Constant (Anton Nieuwenhuys) (1920–2005), Frontispiece for New ...

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Grids, Territories, Urbanisms, Movement, Atmospheres

... the walled structure of Firenze e Ditorni. Fortezza da Basso, designed for a competition, was set within the walls of a sixteenth-century fort designed by Antonio Sangallo the Younger, which itself was situated within the fourteenth-century city walls. Paired with Desprez’s vision of a New Jerusalem, a contrast of technique ...

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An Informal Enquiry

... meant to assemble all the loose bits from site visits: examples can be seen from the Renaissance to the present day, from the work of Antonio da Sangallo to that of Gilles-Marie Oppenord, from Chatillon to Viollet le Duc to Alvaro Siza and Peter Märkli. In the twentieth and twenty-first ...

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Column, Capital, Entablature, Pilaster, Caryatid, Stage Set, Pillar, Trabeation

... and the language drawing of Peter Märkli, which speaks to the primacy of the column in his work and to the naiveté of the sketch. Antonio da Sangallo the Younger (1484–1546), Survey drawing of column, c. 1540. Pen and ink on laid paper, 300 × 215 mm. Peter Märkli (*1953), ...

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Ferdinando Galli Bibiena

... in opposite directions off stage, a new prospect of social and architectural order was proposed. For the century preceding the work of the brothers – Antonio, Giuseppe, and Ferdinando Galli Bibiena – the space of the theatrical stage had been a mechanical and one-point contraption. Stages were constructed physical edifices ...

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Mussolini and the Tomb of Augustus in the Spring of 1935

... gone were the travertine and marble that had encased the remaining brick core. What remained was a large but rather homely mound. The architectural historian Antonio Cederna calls isolated ruins like this one that were the centrepieces of so many sventramenti ‘rotten teeth’. There is something profoundly impressive about the ...

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Lauretta Vinciarelli's West Texas Types

... architecture and ideology, and organised reading groups that focused on texts by prominent Italian architects and thinkers, such as Manfredo Tafuri, Galvano Della Volpe and Antonio Gramsci. Vinciarelli taught at various architecture schools throughout her career – starting at the Pratt Institute in 1975, and later City College New York ...

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Disegno 2018: Mastery and Uncertainity

... Drawing MatterDRAWINGSLines of enquiryOn Loan Disegno 2018: Mastery and Uncertainity Peter Märkli, Sophiaskirche Konstantinopel. Ballpoint pen on trace, with white tippex, 270 x 310 mm. Antonio da Sangallo the Younger, attr. Illustrations to Vitruvius Book III, Chapter 2, 1530–45. Pen and dark brown ink on laid paper, 150 x 250 ...

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Inclusions 2

... BruggenLe CorbusierCarlos DinizPeter EisenmanPierre-François-Léonard FontaineJohn FreemanJames GowanJohn HejdukJoseph HoffmannLouis KahnPeter MärkliLudwig Mies van der RoheJean Charles MoreauxCharles MooreHans PoelzigJesse Reiser after Aldo RossiPaul RobbrechtAntonio da SangalloOtto SchönthalMario SironiÁlvaro SizaSergison BatesSuperstudioNicholas B VassilieuveMichael Webb Published by Drawing Matter, Somerset (2017). Close and return x Marius Grootveld Inclusions 2 Free Download Subscribe ...

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