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SAN ROCCO 09

Monks and Monkeys

Uitgever:SAN ROCCO

  • Paperback
  • Engels
  • 160 pagina's
  • 6 jun. 2014

This issue of SAN ROCCO magazine features the following essays:

• Monks and Monkeys 2A+P/A on grey furniture * Michael Abrahamson on sculpture * Andrea Balestrero on Francesco Lo Savio * Erin Besler and Ian Besler on scale models * Marco Biraghi on Mies van der Rohe’s recent fortunes * Filippo Cattapan on Pieter Jansz. Saenredam * Benedict Clouette and Marlisa Wise discover hyperminimalism * Lorenzo De Chiffre visits Herzog & de Meuron’s Stone House in Tavole * Francisco Díaz on an island of Catholic monks * Christian Dimmer and Erez Golani Solomon on Muji * Fabrizio Gallanti composes a list of materials * Kersten Geers on Stirling’s minimalism * Beth Hughes on the Blue House * Diogo Seixas Lopes on Siza at Novartis * Sophie Nys visits Heidegger’s hut * Freek Persyn on spaces for people who are not your friends * Valter Scelsi on Bruno Zevi, Theo van Doesburg and their followers * Daniel Tudor Munteanu goes to Simon Ungers’s house in Wilton, New York * Simon Walker on Sol LeWitt * William Watson on Ed Ruscha * Andrea Zanderigo on Sol, Jon and Costantino * With photos by Giulio Boem and video stills by Sophie Nys

This issue of SAN ROCCO magazine features the following essays:

• Monks and Monkeys 2A+P/A on grey furniture * Michael Abrahamson on sculpture * Andrea Balestrero on Francesco Lo Savio * Erin Besler and Ian Besler on scale models * Marco Biraghi on Mies van der Rohe’s recent fortunes * Filippo Cattapan on Pieter Jansz. Saenredam * Benedict Clouette and Marlisa Wise discover hyperminimalism * Lorenzo De Chiffre visits Herzog & de Meuron’s Stone House in Tavole * Francisco Díaz on an island of Catholic monks * Christian Dimmer and Erez Golani Solomon on Muji * Fabrizio Gallanti composes a list of materials * Kersten Geers on Stirling’s minimalism * Beth Hughes on the Blue House * Diogo Seixas Lopes on Siza at Novartis * Sophie Nys visits Heidegger’s hut * Freek Persyn on spaces for people who are not your friends * Valter Scelsi on Bruno Zevi, Theo van Doesburg and their followers * Daniel Tudor Munteanu goes to Simon Ungers’s house in Wilton, New York * Simon Walker on Sol LeWitt * William Watson on Ed Ruscha * Andrea Zanderigo on Sol, Jon and Costantino * With photos by Giulio Boem and video stills by Sophie Nys

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