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Lina Bo Bardi 100. Brazil's Alternative Path to Modernism | Renato Anelli, Vera Simone Bader, Anna Carboncini, Gabriella Cianciolo Cosentino, Sabine von Fischer, Steffen Lehmann, Andres Lepik, Zeuler R.M. de A. Lima, Olivia de Oliveira, Catherine Veikos,

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lina bo bardi 100

Brazil's Alternative Path to Modernism

Auteur:Renato Anelli, Vera Simone Bader, Anna Carboncini, Gabriella Cianciolo Cosentino, Sabine von Fischer, Steffen Lehmann, Andres Lepik, Zeuler R.M. de A. Lima, Olivia de Oliveira, Catherine Veikos, Guilherme Wisnik

Uitgever:Hatje Cantz

ISBN: 978-3-7757-3853-8

  • Hardcover
  • Engels
  • 368 pagina's
  • 21 okt. 2014

The book 'Lina Bo Bardi 100. Brazil's Alternative Path to Modernism' Celebrates the 100th birthday of Brazil’s most important female architect and designer Lina Bo Bardi.

The Italio-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi (1914-1992) forged a unique path with her bold designs. Spanning architecture, stage sets, fashion, and furniture, her work drew inspiration from the International Style, which she translated into her own visual language. Fundamental to her work was her thoughtful en­gagement with her adopted country of Brazil, its cul­ture, society, and politics, and she productively and provocatively voiced her sometimes radical views through designs, exhibitions, and writings.

On the oc­casion of Lina Bo Bardi’s one hundredth birthday, this richly illustrated book presents an overview of her oeuvre and highlights iconic buildings, such as her own home, the so-called Casa de Vidro, the Museo de Arte de São Paulo, and the cultural center SESC Pompéia.

The book 'Lina Bo Bardi 100. Brazil's Alternative Path to Modernism' Celebrates the 100th birthday of Brazil’s most important female architect and designer Lina Bo Bardi.

The Italio-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi (1914-1992) forged a unique path with her bold designs. Spanning architecture, stage sets, fashion, and furniture, her work drew inspiration from the International Style, which she translated into her own visual language. Fundamental to her work was her thoughtful en­gagement with her adopted country of Brazil, its cul­ture, society, and politics, and she productively and provocatively voiced her sometimes radical views through designs, exhibitions, and writings.

On the oc­casion of Lina Bo Bardi’s one hundredth birthday, this richly illustrated book presents an overview of her oeuvre and highlights iconic buildings, such as her own home, the so-called Casa de Vidro, the Museo de Arte de São Paulo, and the cultural center SESC Pompéia.

Exhibition in the Pinakothek der Moderne, Architekturmuseum der TU München, 12 November 2014 - 22 February 2015

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