Space and society (1 of 2)
Thoroughly embedded in the small hilltop city of Urbino, Il Magistero - the School of Education designed by Giancarlo De Carlo - reflects his search for an architecture that evolves over time, becoming ever richer in meaning as a result Ifthere is one architect of the 20th century who can lead us, through his work, towards a grown-up discussion of how we might further our built heritage, it is Giancarlo De Carlo - whom Colin St John Wilson calls 'the most lucid of his generation of ...
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