Tag Archives: Aldo Rossi

Book review: Melancholy and Architecture

  Melancholy and Architecture: On Aldo Rossi, by Diogo Seixas Lopes, Park Books Review by Herbert Wright  (originally published in Blueprint magazine July 2015)     They look rather like scenes painted by de Chirico, but they are not. One … Continue reading

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Postmodernism- what is the V&A take?

About 40 years ago, the Italians started re-designing the world. They invented Postmodernism, and everything from skyscrapers to catwalks and videos was visually transformed. That’s the story according to the big retrospective at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum, Postmodernism: Style … Continue reading

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