Carlo Scarpa

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Nicholas Mandalasia
The Olivetti Showroom was designed in 1957 by Carlo Scarpa. Carlo Scarpa was an Italian architect. He studied at Accademia di Belle Arti, earning a degree in architectural drawing in. Carlo Scarpa, Architecture Design, Contemporary Architecture, Interior Stairs, Interior And Exterior, Interior Design, Interior Paint, Design Vitrail, Stair Handrail

carlo scarpa @ olivetti showroom - venice [1957 - 1958] #14

the greatest stair on earth (or something like this)

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8 beautiful garden gates worth walking through

A garden gate can do far more than purely allow access across your boundary. It can hint, deliciously, at what lies beyond. Rathert than standing out and creating an impact, these 8 beautiful garden gates on country estates have almost been absorbed by the gardens they contain.

‣‣ Brion-Vega Cemetery by Carlo Scarpa Carlo Scarpa, Contemporary Landscape, Contemporary Architecture, Contemporary Interior, Contemporary Stairs, Contemporary Building, Contemporary Apartment, Contemporary Chandelier, Contemporary Office

Carlos Scarpa’s Last Masterpiece

Legendary Italian architect Carlos Scarpa’s last masterpiece before he died in 1978 was this impressively modern and geometric cemetery for the Brion Family.

Carlo Scarpa - Der Friedhof Brion in San Vito D’Altivole Carlo Scarpa, Architecture Design, Water Architecture, Brutalist, Water Features, Cemetery, Landscape Design, Exterior, Treviso Italy

Carlos Scarpa: Modernism in Detail

In celebration of Nest Studio's release our new Step Series line, this week we look back in time to highlight the breathtaking work of Italian architect, Carlos Scarpa, 1906-1978. Scarpa is often admired as a hands-on sculptor within his architectural work juxtaposing materials and textures and combining time-honored crafts with modern manufacturing processes. Scarpa's commitment to detail and craft is something we aspire to emulate in our new Step Series. Well-known for his distinctive use…

Visions of an Industrial Age // Brion Cemetery by Carlo Scarpa Carlo Scarpa, Space Architecture, Gothic Architecture, Amsterdam School, Brutalist, Architectural Elements, Windows And Doors, Big Windows, Cemetery

Brion Cemetery by Carlo Scarpa

Carlo Scarpa (1906-1978) spent some 20 years designing the cemetery for the Brion family. Brion was a co-founder of the Brion-Vega electronics firm, manufacturers of some of the most elegant radios and television ever produced. The family cemetery is attached to the local city cemetery in the family's birthplace, the small town of San Vito d'Atlivole in northern Italy. Scarpa himself is buried just outside the wall of the Brion cemetery.

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People : Carlo Scarpa, Architect And Designer, Tragically Killed By His Own Steps …..

Carlo Scarpa (June 2, 1906 – November 28, 1978), was an Italian architect, influenced by the materials, landscape, and the history of Venetian culture, and Japan. Scarpa was also a glass and furnit…