Thursday, December 02, 2010

House – Aldo Loris Rossi?

149512_172111982814719_172083709484213_594216_201284_n I”m pretty sure this is a house. And I’m pretty sure it’s by Italian organic architect Aldo Loris Rossi (not to be confused with architect of death, Aldo Rossi). And I know it was, in some way, inspired by the great Italian theorist of organic architecture, Bruno Zevi.  And I like it.

But outside that, and the few details than can be deduced from the picture itself, I know nothing. Anyone able to help?

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Anonymous Mark Hubbard said...

Well I can see the odd place to park the Smart Car, but by the look of it the Ford Focus is going to be baking in the sun.

I love the look of the outside, but would need to see the floor plan and inside to decide if I'd want to live in it (my only criteria for architecture :) ). Plus there's an alarming lack of windows, which denotes no view, which wouldn't do for me either.

But you're right: I'd love to see more of it.

12/03/2010 08:13:00 am  
Blogger peterquixote said...

I want that house, even though the Holden v8 melts in the sun outside

12/03/2010 09:00:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This isn't a house, this is a church!
the designer isn't Aldo Loris rossi (an amazing italian organic architect)but an other italian (from Tuscany) architect; is name's Giovanni Michelucci.
He's the Florence's railway station of Santa Maria Novella architect which has build in 1942, and this building is the Longarone church!
Leonardo Matassoni architect

4/15/2012 03:26:00 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's not an house of Aldo Loris Rossi but the Longarone Church of Michelucci.

10/28/2013 10:52:00 am  

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