Thinking Lines. Andrea Ponsi: oggetti, allestimenti, architetture

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SESV Spazio Espositivo di Santa Verdiana
Florence, 23 Oct.-8 Nov. 2002

“When architect and educator Andrea Ponsi began experimenting with copper pipes and joints traditionally used in plumbing, he found excellent proof of an idea that was, and still is, fundamental to him: that much can be made out of little. From intimate knowledge of a single material and the use of simple contruction elements, a philosophical vision and a complete design theory may very well develop of their own accord.”

Done in collaboration with SESV Spazio Espositivo di Santa Verdiana, this volume illustrates six projects completed or about to be completed in Santiago (Chile), Rome, Arezzo, Los Angeles, Marina di Pietrasanta and Møn (Denmark). Includes an essay by Richard Ingersoll entitled Andrea Ponsi. Slow Design.

Eur 5,00

Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 15 × 15 cm
Pages

48

Binding

Paperback

Illustrations

51 in colour and b/w

Language

Italian/English