Important 310 (23) pp. volume on avant-garde architecture and the built environment, edited by renowned Futurist artist Fillia, with chapters discussing architecture of the Mechanical Age, commercial architecture, public buildings, the interiors of churches, and ambience, with preface by F.T. Marinetti and primary contributions and critiques from Pippo Oriani, Italo Lorio, Ugo Pozzo, F. De Filippis, Guido Fiorini, Gino Levi-Montalcini, Alberto Sartoris, Pierre Vago, et. al. Illustrated profusely throughout with over 400 black and white photographs of architectural interiors, along with exterior views, floor plans, and elevations, 10 color plates, reproducing projects designed and built by Futurist artists. Some minor soiling and foxing to endpapers. 4to. Orig. illus. boards, soiling, bumping to extremities, rubbed along spine, spine slightly shaken. Torino (Unione Tipografico-Editrice Torinese) 1935. The photographs in this volume depict a wide range of types of architectural projects located primarily throughout Italy, including shops, restaurants, schools, theaters, service stations, airports, hospitals, hotels, homes, and churches. As of February 2016, WorldCat locates six institutional holdings in the United States. (Inventory #: 48431)
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