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Mauro Galantino Architetto.
GALANTINO. Milesi, S., ed.
Mauro Galantino Architetto.
Mauro Galantino is one of the most cultured, precise and prolific Italian architects of the generation that followed the masters of the Neo-Rationalism movement. This first monograph devoted to Galantino presents about 40 projects and buildings from the vast output resulting from 20 years of activity. The illustrated register contains 128 examples of his broad and wide-ranging career spent working on small private commissions and large-scale public projects, including entries for more than 60 competitions in Italy and on the International scene. Italian.

Category: Architecture, Monographs
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 240 pp
Publisher: Electa.
Year: 2009.
Publication Place: Milan,
ISBN: 9788837066864
Book Id: 83369

Price: $98.00

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