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AV 180. Lina Bo Bardi 1914-1992 | 9788460817154 | AV Monographs

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AV 180. Lina Bo Bardi

1914-1992

Uitgever:Arquitectura Viva

ISBN: 978-84-6081-715-4

  • Paperback
  • Engels, Spaans
  • 128 pagina's

This edition of the magazine AV Monographs closely examines Lina Bo Bardi's professional activity and lasting legacy through four critical essays and profiles of 20 exemplary projects.

The centenary of Lina Bo Bardi, born in Rome in 1914, has rekindled the fervour for her life and oeuvre. For many years, her role in 20th century architecture remained undervalued, but recent recognition of her strong multicultural character and new interest in Brazil as an emerging geopolitical powerhouse have combined to once more bring her work into the spotlight. Educated in Italy, she moved to Brazil after World War II following a yearn to humanise architecture, building for peoples’ everyday needs.

This edition of the magazine AV Monographs closely examines Lina Bo Bardi's professional activity and lasting legacy through four critical essays and profiles of 20 exemplary projects.

The centenary of Lina Bo Bardi, born in Rome in 1914, has rekindled the fervour for her life and oeuvre. For many years, her role in 20th century architecture remained undervalued, but recent recognition of her strong multicultural character and new interest in Brazil as an emerging geopolitical powerhouse have combined to once more bring her work into the spotlight. Educated in Italy, she moved to Brazil after World War II following a yearn to humanise architecture, building for peoples’ everyday needs.

CONTENT:

Glass House, 1951, São Paulo (Brazil)
Affordable Housing, 1951
Museum on the Seashore, 1951, São Vicente (Brazil)
Museum of Art of São Paulo, 1957-1968, São Paulo (Brazil)
Valéria P. Cirell House, 1957-1958, São Paulo (Brazil)
Chame-Chame House, 1958-1964, Salvador (Brazil)
Solar do Unhão Refurbishment, 1959-1963, Salvador (Brazil)
Itamambuca Complex, 1965, Ubatuba (Brazil)
Cooperative Community Camurupim, 1975, Propriá (Brazil)
Espírito Santo do Cerrado Church, 1976-1982, Uberlândia (Brazil)
Santa Maria dos Anjos Church, 1977, Ibiúna (Brazil)
SESC Pompéia Factory, 1977-1986, São Paulo (Brazil)
Anhangabaú Tobogã Valley, 1981, São Paulo (Brazil)
Teatro Oficina Renovation, 1984, São Paulo (Brazil)
Politheama Theater Renovation, 1985, Jundiaí (Brazil)
The Historic Center of Salvador, 1986, Salvador (Brazil)
Barroquinha Project, 1986, Salvador (Brazil)
Benin House Cultural Center, 1987, Salvador (Brazil)
Ladeira da Misericórdia, 1987-1988, Salvador (Brazil)
New Home for the São Paulo City Hall, 1990-1992, São Paulo (Brazil

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