Events

Lecture and book launch | Pierre-Alain Croset, Politecnico di Milano | Environment, Landscape and Context in the Architecture of Gino Valle

Modern and Site Specific. The Architecture of Gino Valle 1946-2003

Silvia Micheli, The University of Queensland

Presentation of the Book of Pierre-Alain Croset and Luka Skansi (Lund Humphries, London 2018):

 

Modern and Site Specific. The Architecture of Gino Valle 1946-2003

Since his early buildings in the 1950s at Udine in Friuli, north east Italy, Gino Valle has been recognized by international critics as one of the most original and creative European architects of the post-war period. His artistic talent, associated with a great intellectual curiosity and a genuine passion for new construction systems, led Valle to develop an architectural work that was resolutely open and multiform. The book of Pierre-Alain Croset and Luka Skansi (Lund Humphries, London 2018) makes available for the first time in English the only critical monograph dedicated to the work of Gino Valle.

 

Date: Wednesday 31st July 2019

Place: Gallery, Red Centre, West Wing

Time:  03:00 - 05:00 pm

 

Welcome Address

Dr. Philip Oldfield, Architecture Program Director, UNSW

Dr. Raffaele Pernice, UNSW

Venue: 
Gallery, Red Centre, West Wing
Event date: 
31 Jul 2019 3:00pm to 5:00pm
About Pierre-Alain Croset

Pierre-Alain Croset is professor for architecture at Milan Polytechnic. He has been Dean of Architecture at the Technical University of Graz (Austria) and at the Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University in Suzhou (China), and professor at Turin Polytechnic. He published many critical essays on contemporary architecture, and curated exhibitions on Valle, Aalto, Cattaneo, Scarpa and Siza.