gorgeous detail of stone and metal- scarpa


Designer Feature vol. 3 (Venice 1906 – 1978 Japan) Carlo Scarpa is the architect that made me want to be an interior designer. The Italian master draws me in (every time) with his use of mate…

Carlo Scarpa stone wall So simple, but it never turns out so poetic

A wall in the courtyard of the Museo di Castelvecchio is clad in patterns of pink Verona marble by architect Carlo Scarpa. Scarpa's sketch for this cladding is available online.

:: ARCHITECTURE :: not sure where this is - but I love the etherial feeling of illumination through a transparent wall #architecture #details #design

Amazing Space : For the duo of young architects behind the firm Atherton Keener, the harsh, ever-changing light of Phoenix, Arizona, desert served as inspiration for their minimal and malleable home. Photo by: Ye Rin Mok

Nice architecture.

Loducca Agency / Triptyque

MONTAÑA DE TINDAYA on Fuerteventura island by Eduardo Chillida. 1996

Basque sculptor Eduardo Chillida, Canary Islands, monument / sculpture in Tindaya Mountain. Chillida's Large empty void with dimensions: x x with an entrance tunnel of and 2 skylights.

Carlo Scarpa (Italiano, 1906-1978) | Fondazione Querini Stampalia | Sestiere Castello, 5252, 30122 Venice, Italy | 1959-63 (With subsequent modifications by Valeriano Pastor and Mario Botta)

Visions of an Industrial Age // Carlo Scarpa, fondazione querini-stampalia