Architect Piero Portaluppi transformed the city of Milan, building more than 100 buildings within its borders between 1910 and the 1960s. Luxury villas, offices, hotels, museums, a planetarium—all bore his distinctive touch: sometimes restrained and elegant, sometimes dynamic and playful.
Villa dei Vescovi near Padova, Italy.
This exquisite, early 16th-century, proto-neoclassical villa, surrounded by the landscape of the Euganean Hills and adorned with stunning frescoes, embodies a perfectly balanced fusion of nature, art and architecture, suspended between reality and illusion. - words by fondoambiente.it
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Michael Heizer, City (1972-2022). A monumental sculpture in the Nevada desert is a vast complex of shaped mounds and depressions made of compacted dirt, rock and concrete. City is a life’s work; an unwavering commitment to a vision. Photography by Jamie Hawkesworth.
Inspired By Italian photographer Franco Fontana. He is a pioneer of color photography, known for his abstract cityscapes, seascapes, and landscapes. Fontana embraced color film as early as the 1960s at a time when few fine art photographers ventured outside the conventions of black-and-white photography. - words by Artsy