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The renovation and conversion of the Castelvecchio, Verona, for use as a museum in 1964 was Carlo Scarpa's most important work. It demonstrates Scarpa's outstanding skills both in overall plan and concept for the renovation of Castelvecchio as a museum, and in every detail of the works as executed. The author, here traces the initial ideas as represented by Scarpa's beautiful yet incisive sketches, through the various stages of work to building completion. Numerous drawings by Scarpa are supplemented by Murphy's own superb measured line drawings, which accurately show the full realisation of Scarpa's building as it stands today.
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Descrizione libro Butterworth Architecture, London, 1990. Hardcover. Condizione: Near Fine. Condizione sovraccoperta: Very Good Plus. First Edition. 1990. ix, 197pp. B&W and full colour images. "The Castelvecchio in Verona was renovated by the famous Venetian architect Carlo Scarpa (d. 1978) largely between 1958 and 1964. This unique and seminal museum project has attracted great attention in the quarter-century since its completion. It demonstrates Scarpa's outstanding design skills, both in the brilliance of the overall concept for the renovation of Castelveccio as a museum, and in every detail of the works as executed." Unclipped dust jacket is in excellent condition, with slight shelf wear to the edges and sun fading to the spine. The book has very slight foxing to the top edge. Otherwise, boards, pages and contents are in excellent condition. Previous owner's name to top of ffep. PLEASE NOTE: Heavy book so extra will be needed for shipping to non-UK customers. Size: 11.1" Tall. Codice articolo Archit259