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Carlo Scarpa. Expansion of the Canova Plaster Cast Gallery. Possagno, Treviso, Italy. 1957

carlo scarpa, architect: gipsoteca del canova, extension of the canova museum in possagno, italy view from the south.

portal to tomba brion by carlo scarpa photo: hannes koelblinger

Visions of an Industrial Age // portal to tomba brion by carlo scarpa photo: hannes koelblinger

https://flic.kr/p/eSzRSW | carlo scarpa, architect: gipsoteca del canova, extension of the canova museum in possagno, italy 1955-1957. exterior. | gipsoteca del canova, canova plaster cast gallery extension, possagno 1955-57. architect: carlo scarpa 1906-1978 with valeriano pastor. to understand the scale, you must know that the woman to the right is the tiniest italian guide, I have ever seen. on its own, the museum is a small building, and size along with thoughtful articulation is an…

carlo scarpa, architect: gipsoteca del canova, extension of the canova museum in possagno, italy exterior. by seier+seier, via Fl.

Museo Castelvecchio. Image © Flickr CC user Leon

Spotlight: Carlo Scarpa

One of the most enigmatic and underappreciated architects of the century, Carlo Scarpa (June 1906 – November is best known for his.

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