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PRESENT BY : Mohammed Habib Aljanabi Rakan Alzaben

ID : 1010745 1010058

D. FAROOQ MOFTI ARCH. Ahmed fallatah


Content 1. Introduction……………………………………………………………. 2. Biography…………………………………………………………………

Early Life & Education 2. Awards and inventions 3. His books……………………………………………. 1.

3. Design 4. Major 5. Case

Philosophy……………………………………….

buildings and projects

studies……………………………………………………………..

San cataldo cemetary………………………………………………………………… 2. Theatro carlo felice 3. Theatro del mondo……………………………………………………… 4. Quartier Schützenstrasse……………………………………… 1.


1. Introduction • Italian architect and theorist. • He was the leading exponent of neo-rationalism. • Though comparatively few of his designs have been built, but his theories on the nature of design formed an important part of contemporary architectural debate – offering an alternative to the technological and functional emphasis of modernism. • His designs were highly original, and often characterized both by bare geometrical forms such as cubes and cylinders, and also by traditional features of Italian architecture such as arcades and galleries. • Words as well as drawings and buildings have distinguished him as one of the great architects. As a master draftsman, steeped in the tradition of Italian art and architecture, Rossi's sketches and renderings of buildings have often achieved international recognition long before being built. •Ada Louise Huxtable, architectural critic and Pritzker juror has described Rossi as "a poet who happens to be an architect."


2. Biography 2.1 Early Life & Education

Rossi was born in Milan, Italy, where he participated in his fathers bicycle industry , which was carrying the family name and the profession started by his grandfather. He studied Russian and grew up during World War II Beginning in Somasca school Vadhirz in Lake Como then studied at the Colegio Alessandro Fotas, in Lecco and shortly after the end of World War II, he studied in Milan Poly Technik and got his degree in architecture in 1959. Rossi loves movies so much and was initially aspirations towards the theater, but gradually shifted to architecture and even after he became an architect he was still very really interested in drama. In fact - Rossi says: "all my engineering and architecture I have always been and still enchanted by the theater. Jerry died in a car accident in Milan in December 1997.


2. Biography 2.2 Awards and inventions

Aldo Rossi won the prestigious Pritzker Prize for architecture in 1990.

Cartesio Stainless steel kettle

Matt black laquered steel floor lamp


2. Biography 2.3 his books

drawings and paintings

architecture 1981-1991

Architect

architetture padane

Care Architetture

The Sketchbooks

The architecture Of The City


3. Design Philosophy • The designer-according to him-combines the building blocks of the task in hand in accordance with the logical rules of order, as if from a building set of memories.

Aldo Rossi is considered the founder of the postmodern movement in modern architecture, known as La Tendenza. Aldo Rossi was always compared with the American architect Robert Venturi. Rossi introduced modern architectural theory and merged it with the assets of European architecture.


4. Major buildings and projects Monte Amiata complex,Milan, Italy (1968–1974)

(1968– 1974 )

San Cataldo Cemetery, Modena, Italy (1971)

1971

Teatro del Mondo,

(1979)

Apartments Südliche Friedrichstadt, Berlin

(1979)

Broni elementary school

(19791982)

Theatro Carlo Felice, Genoa, Italy

(1981)

Centro direzionale, Perugia, Italy

(1982– 1988)


4. Major buildings and projects Palazzo Hotel, Fukuoka, Japan

(1986– 1989)

Bonnefanten Museum, Maastricht, The Netherlands

(1990– 1994)

Quartier Schützenstrasse, Berlin, Germany

(1994– 1998)

Ca'di Cozzi, Verona, Italy Mojiko Hotel, KitaKyushu, Japan

(19961998)

Scholastic Corporation Headquarters

1995


5. Case studies

SAN CATALDO CEMETERY, Modena , Italy 1984


5. Case studies SAN CATALDO CEMETERY, Modena , Italy 1984

Interior photo

One of the entranece


5. Case studies the carlo felice theatra, Genoa, Italy 1991.


5. Case studies rebuilding of the carlo felice theatra, Genoa, Italy 1991. The Theatro Carlo Felice is the principal opera house of Genoa, Italy, used for performances of opera, ballet, orchestral music, and recitals. It is located on the Piazza De Ferrari


5. Case studies


5. Case studies

La theatre du monde (Venice, Italy)


5. Case studies La theatre du monde (Venice, Italy) The concept of this project was its to built building that floating over the wart . The first official opining was in 1979. The balding was built in fozien work shop then they tug it to Vienna the materials that used was a metal pipes laminated by wood.


5. Case studies


5. Case studies Quartier Sch端tzenstrasse, Berlin, Germany


5. Case studies Quartier Schützenstrasse, (Berlin, Germany)

• Aldo Rossi has used the historical urban structure of the division of land into small plots as his concept for Quartier Schützenstrasse. • The individualized houses signal individual plots but the total number of facades exceeds the number of houses standing independently of each other. • Two of the buildings are reserved exclusively for residential apartments the rest provide for a mixture of residential and commercial use.


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