2 edition of Showroom of Olivetti, S. Marco, Venezia, Italy, 1957-58 found in the catalog.
Showroom of Olivetti, S. Marco, Venezia, Italy, 1957-58
|Other titles||Olivetti showroom, S. Marco, Venezia, Italy|
|Statement||Carlo Scarpa ; edited and photographed by Yukio Futagawa ; text by Pier Carlo Santini|
|Series||Global architecture -- 51, Global architecture -- 51|
|Contributions||Futagawa, Yukio, 1932-, Santini, Pier Carlo|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
When Scarpa was commissioned by Olivetti in , it was understood that this showroom would be a space designed to show the products, as well as Scarpa’s talent as an architect. The Olivetti Showroom is located in Venice, Italy on the northern edge of Piazza San Marco. It was designed and completed between and Views: Piazza San Marco, Venice , Italy Price. 0. Instead of the basilica on San Marco, head for a far newer landmark: the showroom architect Scarpa created for the Olivetti company in
Carlo Scarpa (2 June – 28 November ) was an Italian architect, influenced by the materials, landscape, and the history of Venetian culture, and Japan. Scarpa translated his interests in history, regionalism, invention, and the techniques of the artist and . Olivetti SpA - Company with sole shareholder Telecom Italia Group - Management and coordination by Telecom Italia S.p.A. • Registered office in Strada Monte Navale 2/C, Ivrea (TO) Italy - Phone +39 • Fully paid in registered capital of ,00 Euro, V.A.T. number , • registered at the Turin Chamber of Commerce Company Registry N° - adminpec.
Located on Venice’s famed Piazza San Marco, 14 years ago the Olivetti store was turned into a novelty shop. Last year the space’s owner, Assicurazioni Generali, began working with the Venice Author: Paolo Ferrarini. olivetti’s venice showroom and store was commissioned by adriano olivetti in the late s to architect carlo scarpa who spent two years conceiving the space with a focus on transparencies and materials and was completed in following a period of restricted access, the store was restored in april and reopened as a museum, and.
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Marco, Venice" Showroom of Olivetti Pinterest. See more ideas about Carlo scarpa, Venice and Architecture details pins. Carlo Scarpa, Architect () Near the north-western corner of the Piazza San Marco in Venice is a small corner shop that requires more detailed exploration. In Carlo Scarpa won the Olivetti Prize for Architecture and in Adriano Olivetti engaged him to design the Negrozio Olivetti (Olivetti Store).
The Olivetti Showroom is located in Venice, Italy on the northern edge of Piazza San Marco. It was designed and completed between and It was designed and completed between and Author: Igor Fracalossi.
Showroom of Olivetti S. Marco, Venezia, Italy. Querini Stampalia, Venezia, Italy. Castelvecchio Museum, Verona, Italy. Edited and Photographed by Yukio Futagawa Text by Pier Carlo Santini ESSAY Three Model 1957-58 book in Ancient Contexts, by Pier Carlo Santini.
Under the arcades of St Mark's Square you find the Olivetti Showroom, designed by Carlo Scarpa in it's one of the most remarkable examples of the XX century Italian architecture.
Recently restored, the Showroom has been entrusted to FAI, the Italian Environmental Foundation, which has finally opened it to the public again.
carlo scarpa, biennale ticket booth, venice by seier+seier Discover the hidden Venice with Carlo Scarpa - Venezia da Vivere Ce scarpe saranno indossate The Venice of Carlo Scarpa: an itinerary through the works of the great architect and his artisans: the Olivetti.
When Scarpa was commissioned by Olivetti init was understood that this showroom would be a space designed to show the products, as well as Scarpa’s talent as an architect. The Olivetti Showroom is located in Venice, Italy on the northern edge of Piazza San Marco.
It was designed and completed between and An elegant space in St Mark’s Square, Venice. Designed by Carlo Scarpa as a showroom for Olivetti typewriters, this unique, small space in St Mark’s Square is exquisitely elegant.
An ideal set for photo and film shoots, within a stunning architectural space, it is also suitable for small, private receptions. Designed inwith construction complete inthe showroom housed the Olivetti modern typewriters and calculator collections, made in the Italian town of Ivrea. At the time, the resulting showroom was a minimal and modern insertion into historical Venice, much of what Scarpa does : Bronwyn Marshall.
Olivetti Showroom in Sain t Mark Square houses the FAI - Fondo Ambiente Italiano, the National Trust for Italy. After 12 years in which it was a shop, the space, conceived by Carlo Scarpa and regarded as one of the most inportant examples of the 20th cent. architecture in Venice, will host cultural events - conferences and exhibitions - and act as an information point for visitors.
Negozio Olivetti. Negozio Olivetti. San Marco Venezia. Delegate: Angelo Maramai Phone +39 02 Fax +39 02 [email protected] Olivetti S.p.A. is an Italian manufacturer of computers, tablets, smartphones, printers and other such business products as calculators and fax artered in Ivrea, in the Metropolitan City of Turin, the company has been part of the Telecom Italia Group since One of the first commercial programmable desktop calculators, the Programmawas produced by Olivetti in and Headquarters: Ivrea, Italy.
Mark English had visited one of Scarpa’s buildings, the former Olivetti showroom, returning with another pile of photos and observations. Architect Carlo Scarpa designed the Olivetti showroom in Venice, Italy in the late s.
A part of the Venice Art Biennale’s official program, 60 works, including vases, plates and the designer’s famous menhir, ‘converse’ with the spaces of the showroom designed by Carlo Scarpa.
Two titans of Italian design, both of whom worked closely with illuminated entrepreneur Adriano Olivetti in the ‘50s and ‘60s, are reunited. Right here on the place is the Olivetti showroom, and even if you pass by its door, chances are you won’t guess that it can be visited or that it was designed by Italian architect Carlo Scarpa.
Scarpa was Venetian, and a personal favourite, but also an architect whose work isn’t that well-known and is pretty much concentrated in Northern Italy. Book your tickets online for Negozio Olivetti, Venice: See reviews, articles, and 85 photos of Negozio Olivetti, ranked No on Tripadvisor among attractions in Venice.4/5().
In the renovation project of a showroom finished in to display Olivetti’s products, Scarpa made great use of his ability as an installation maker, deliberating every details like doors, windows, staircases, paving and making them as works of art as well as integrating them as an overall work of spacial art.
The first example is the Olivetti shop in Venice, which was designed by Carlo Scarpa (). Adriano Olivetti commissioned Venetian Scarpa to design a showroom on Piazza San Marco in Venice, as he preferred someone well acquainted with the architecture, history and culture of the city.
Opposite you can see Olivetti Shop, brilliant and poetic example of architecture of the Designed by the Venetian architect Carlo Scarpa init is a special place, much more than a store: a real showroom, an exhibition room, which embodies the quality and innovation, which Olivetti .St Mark's Square in Venice, overlooked by some of the best known old monuments of the city, hides a piece of history from the 20th century design: the Olivetti Showroom, built by the Venetian architect Carlo Scarpa (), who designed the showroom with an architectural style which is unpretentious and yet at the same time also sophisticated and eclectic.