CASABELLA

[Italia]

«La Casa bella» was born in January 1928. The monthly magazine was published by Studio Editoriale Milanese and directed by Guido Marangoni. At the start of 1933, Giuseppe Pagano, who worked on the magazine with Edoardo Persico, took over as director and changed its name to «Casabella», a change of direction that coincided with the magazine’s acquisition by «Domus». Persico became co-director in 1935. In 1938, the magazine’s name was changed to «Casabella Costruzioni», and in 1940, the two words were inverted to «Costruzioni-Casabella». In December 1943, the magazine was suspended by the Italian ministry of popular culture. Two years later, the publisher Gianni Mazzocchi restructured the magazine, confiding it to Franco Albini and Giancarlo Palanti. In 1946, three issues of «Costruzioni» were published, including a monographic issue about Giuseppe Pagano. The magazine was further suspended from 1947 to 1953, and in January 1954 «Casabella-continuità» was born, under the direction of Ernesto Nathan Rogers. The magazine ran under this title until January 1965.From August 1965 to May 1970, Gian Antonio Bernasconi headed the magazine, whose name was converted back to «Casabella». Alessando Mendini took over from Bernasconi and in 1976 was replaced by Bruno Alfieri, who was director from April to December of that year. From January 1977, Gruppo Editoriale Electa took over the publication, which was headed by Tomás Maldonado until December 1981. Vittorio Gregotti took over as director in March 1982. The current director, Francesco Da Co, has been running the magazine since March 1996. Electa was absorbed by Mondadori during this period and from April 2002, Arnoldo Mondadori Editore has been publishing the magazine.

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ÚLTIMO NÚMERO #870

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CASABELLA febbraio 2017

METRO + MASSIMO BOTTURA
REFETTORIO GASTROMOTIVA, RIO DE JANEIRO, BRASILE
L’USO INTELLIGENTE E COLTO DELLA SEMPLICITÀ
UNISCE ANCHE I CUOCHI MIGLIORI E GLI ARCHITETTI PIÙ BRAVI
Francesco Dal Co
RESTITUIRE DIGNITÀ
Massimo Bottura


DUE MODI DI INTERPRETARE LA CHIESA.

ELISA VALERO RAMOS
CHIESA DI PLAYA GRANADA A MOTRIL, SPAGNA
VERSO L’ESSENZIALE
Giovanna Crespi
BORIS PODRECCA
COMPLESSO PARROCCHIALE PENTECOSTE A MILANO
UN GIOCO DI COLORI, LUCE, RICORDI
Jean-Marie Martin


TRE CASE

MORANA+RAO
CASA SULL’ALTOPIANO IBLEO, NOTO, ITALIA
ABITARE IL PAESAGGIO
SHINICHI OGAWA
S GALLERY & RESIDENCE, GIAPPONE
UN PIANO DI APPOGGIO, UN PIANO PER PROTEGGERLO:
CIÒ CHE NON SI PUÒ ELIMINARE IN UNA CASA
Massimo Ferrari
PEDRO DOMINGOS
CASA A OEIRAS, PORTOGALLO
ALLA LUCE DI BARRAGÁN
Federico Tranfa

EDUARDO SOUTO DE MOURA
RECUPERO, RESTAURO, RICOSTRUZIONE
NON SEMPRE LA SIMULAZIONE È BUGIA.
IL RECUPERO DELLA TENUTA SÃO LOURENÇO DO BARROCAL
Marco Mulazzani
URKO SANCHEZ
SOS CHILDREN’S VILLAGE A TAGIURA, GIBUTI
69
REINTERPRETARE LA MEDINA
Camillo Magni


GORDON BUNSHAFT

IN CINQUE PUNTATE LE OPERE DEL PROGETTISTA
CHE HA PORTATO A SOM IL PRITZKER PRIZE
a cura di Chiara Baglione
GORDON BUNSHAFT 1909–1990
Nicholas Adams
GORDON BUNSHAFT 1/5
IL PADIGLIONE DEL VENEZUELA
ALL’ESPOSIZIONE UNIVERSALE DI NEW YORK DEL 1939
Nicholas Adams


BIBLIOTECA

RECENSIONI
DIPINGERE IL PENSIERO. IL LASCITO DELL’UMANESIMO
Alberto Giorgio Cassani

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