5 edition of Pietro Belluschi found in the catalog.
Anthony G. White
|Statement||Anthony G. White.|
|Series||Architecture series--bibliography,, A 2129|
|LC Classifications||Z8087.83 .W48 1988, NA737.B43 .W48 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||89123904|
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Pietro Belluschi () was the last of a generation of architects that included Marcel Breuer, Jose Luis Sert, and Louis I. Kahn, European immigrants who had a major impact on American architecture. This first extensively illustrated study of his life and work brings to light a remarkably accomplished architect, recipient of the AIA Gold Author: Meredith L.
Clausen. Pietro Belluschi () was the last of a generation of architects that included Marcel Breuer, Jose Luis Sert, and Louis I. Kahn, European immigrants who had a major impact on American architecture. This first extensively illustrated study of his life Pietro Belluschi book work brings to light a remarkably accomplished architect, recipient of the AIA Gold Medal and designer (by his own estimate) of well.
“Pietro Belluschi was a visionary thinker and creator, much more than simply an architect. His ability to absorb, mix and renew personal influences made his. Pietro died inand his widow, Marjorie, stayed in the house until her death in The two Belluschi sons inherited it, and Tony decided to buy out his brother’s share and restore the building to its former glory.
While its bones were solid, the finishes weren’t. The concrete slab had cracks in it, as did the cork floor above it. Genre/Form: Bibliography Bibliographie: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Doumato, Lamia.
Pietro Belluschi. Monticello, Ill.: Vance Bibliographies, Pietro Belluschi, (born Aug. 18,Ancona, Italy—died Feb. 14,Portland, Ore., U.S.), Modernist architect identified first with regional architecture of the American Northwest, from which his influence spread throughout the world.
He was noted for his use of indigenous materials, especially woods for residential buildings and aluminum for tall office buildings, following his own.
Pietro Bellsuchi () was an internationally famous and prolific American architect whose career spanned more than 65 years. Categorized as a regionalist and modernist architect, Belluschi claimed to have designed more than 1, buildings during his lifetime.