Giardino Delle Sculture Designed By Carlo Alberto Scarpa       Scarpa's work as a designer has been narrowly framed as that of an object–fixated architect. His fascination with rich materials, overly complex details, and often arcane references has overshadowed other aspects of his productive activities. Yet, there is another Scarpa who has yet to be fully explored. Landscape and garden art were intrinsic parts of Scarpa's productive activities, informing his choice of materials, the nature of his details, and the meaning of his references.Giardino Delle Sculture Designed By Carlo Alberto ScarpaGiardino Delle Sculture Designed By Carlo Alberto ScarpaGiardino Delle Sculture Designed By Carlo Alberto ScarpaGiardino Delle Sculture Designed By Carlo Alberto ScarpaGiardino Delle Sculture Designed By Carlo Alberto ScarpaGiardino Delle Sculture Designed By Carlo Alberto ScarpaGiardino Delle Sculture Designed By Carlo Alberto ScarpaGiardino Delle Sculture Designed By Carlo Alberto Scarpa

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