©2019 Valerio Griffa Palazzo del Lavoro in Turin is one of the most important and ingenious of Pier Luigi Nervi projects. One of the most innovative sites in post war years in Italy. Built in 1961, with the collaboration of the architects Giò Ponti and Gino Covre.
Valerio Griffa©2018 “When Angkorian society began, Paris and London were not much more than elaborate villages…here were the Khmer engineering sophisticated irrigation systems and constructing the biggest temple in the world.” ― Kim Fay, The Map of Lost Memories
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©2018-Valerio Griffa Dessau, in Saxony Anhalt, is wellknown for its College of Architecture, that moved here from Weimar in 1925 and has been forced to close by Nazis in 1931. It has been home for Gropius, Klee, Kandinskij, among others.
photo © Valerio Griffa In Bordeaux, France, you can find very rich buildings, French Classic Style from XVIII century. In front of the beautiful Place de la Bourse, artist Jean Marc Llorca, in 2006, drew this wide water basin named Miroir d’Eau, with a filling-empting-fog making system, a sort of mirror for the city architecture. A Bordeaux ci sono bellissimi palazzi in stile classico francese del XVIII secolo. Di fronte alla magnifica Place de la Bourse, l’artista Jean Marc Llorca […]