Bruno Morassutti (1920-2008) graduates in 1946 in Venice immediately expressing a keen interest in the great international movements and masters of architecture like F.L. Wright, in whose studio community of Taliesin he works and lives at between 1949 and 1950. Returning to Italy he distinguishes himself for a series of works which attracts the interest of international critics. His activity will always be imprinted in the research full of a culture of the project in which Architecture and technology, engineering and design they merge into a humanism that enhances the centrality of the person making him a recognised protagonist of the Polytechnic tradition.

Bruno Morassutti: 100 + 1- La cultura del progetto in Italia dal secondo dopoguerra_ Bruno Morassutti: 100 + 1_ Design Culture in Italy from the End of WWII Onwards

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2021

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Bruno Morassutti (1920-2008) graduates in 1946 in Venice immediately expressing a keen interest in the great international movements and masters of architecture like F.L. Wright, in whose studio community of Taliesin he works and lives at between 1949 and 1950. Returning to Italy he distinguishes himself for a series of works which attracts the interest of international critics. His activity will always be imprinted in the research full of a culture of the project in which Architecture and technology, engineering and design they merge into a humanism that enhances the centrality of the person making him a recognised protagonist of the Polytechnic tradition.
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