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The Casa Malaparte is the most beautiful house in the world...a showcase for melodramatic solitude. Herbert Muschamp, "New York Times Magazine"Reseña del editor:
It has been called the twentieth century's most beautiful house. Isolated at the tip of a craggy promontory on the Italian island of Capri, Casa Malaparte has captivated modern architects and designers with the graceful power of its lines and the drama of its setting...the stuccoed, Pompeian red box appears to have grown straight out of the rock. Its remoteness adds to its dreamy allure. Its simple shape belies its assertive, sculptural presence."Michael McDonough This handsome book is the first in-depth examination of the Casa Malaparte. Through original correspondence, plans, and drawings, Marida Talamona uncovers written and graphic evidence attributing the house's design to the client (writer Curzio Malaparte) rather than the architect (Adalberto Libera). The book includes archival and current photographs and new drawings, as well as an introduction by Giorgio Ciucci.
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Descripción Princeton Architectural Press, 1996. Paperback. Condición: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. del artículo: P111878271393