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– Explore John Stewart’s board “Luigi Snozzi” on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Switzerland, Architects and Architecture. Luigi Snozzi devoted much of his professional life to these questions. He went about teaching project design by using his own work as an example. Answers can. Luigi Snozzi is one of the most influential architects, city planners and teachers in Ticino, Switzerland. Born in in Mendrisio, Switzerland, he studied with.

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You must have ambition. I found it uninteresting. Can you explain a bit more? Mussolini came snoxzi of the Socialist Party, he gave out new work to young poets, writers, architects all new work to do.

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They asked me to alter the shape to make it more amoeba-like, introduce several points within this centralised idea, so there is not a single central point, because that for them was quite fascist.

It was Aldo Rossi who introduced postmodernism as a movement without intending to. I had frequent meetings with the people who later became leaders the Red Brigade.

Remember me on this computer. Very, yes, for sure.

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The land, rather like that of an old-world peasant farmer. What happens is 3. This world, is it disappointing? There are always problems in the world. The project is always about getting over obstacles.


I think that in Monte Carasso Luigi Snozzi has had a similar role, pursuing his work over a long period with absolutely extraordinary con- sistency: This is the responsibility luigu the architect to replace the value of the land.

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Submit by Mon, Jan 28, Of course this relies on doing something before which he already had, because he had written the books and so on. Whereas usually in education one starts with a small project a little house or something like liugi, I think that instead I would rather start with giving them a piece of the city to design.

They felt strongly against someone coming from outside from Switzerland and imposing or suggesting something as finite as the circle, which for them was not suitably Dutch. Rossi is a very particular case.

The control of the individual. But he wanted to try out this theme.

And all of Turin was without light. It is unique firstly ture becoming thoroughly integrated into the social fabric. I believe that this is an almost indispensable condition if we are to escape the private sphere. If you have to construct a building, a house in the desert. On the critical role of this Milanese magazine in the European debate in the periodcf.


Because whether we want to not, we are destroying. Submit by Thu, Feb 28, But the work that comes out of that period is interesting.

Luigi Snozzi

You talk about the importance of making mistakes. It belonged in terms of the imagination? More scientific, more correct, more systematic and which follows certain principles. I prefer a place there, in the chaos of the city. Snpzzi are there no real problems in the world anymore or are these architects just avoiding the real problems?

I believe you need strong individuals to have a strong collective, but today we seem to think you must destroy the individual to recreate the collective.

The point is that this kind of moment, this interaction, meant much more than listening to 10, lectures by Corbusier.

That is a cultural problem. In terms of the city the largest influence was definitely Aldo Rossi because he was the first architect who showed how cities developed. To return to the question we had before about post-modernism and you said you struggled against lyigi, does that mean you lost?