Form, Structure, Space - Notes on the Luigi Moretti's Architectural Theory
FORM, STRUCTURE, SPACE NOTES ON THE LUIGI MORETTIS ARCHITECTURAL THEORY written and compiled by Federico Bucci (full professor of History of Architecture at Politecnico di Milano) reflects about the multidisciplinary work of the eternal Luigi Moretti (1906-1973). Roman by birth and temperament, was the embodiment of the intellectual architect with his gaze always open and fixed on new horizons. Throughout his career, right from his professional debuts, he interwove art and architecture and, after the Second World War, he wrote a reflection on the relationships between form and structure, space and time. Morettis architecture is among the most original of Italian modernism and this book reveals the complex traits of his theory.