is a series of monographs on key figures in modern
and contemporary architecture. It offers a reading of
the practice of design which emphasises the value of
freehand drawing as part of the creative process.
Each volume provides a different perspective,
revealing secrets and insights and showing the
various observation techniques and languages,
characters, forms and means of communication.
The edition contains a
144-page book, printed
on ivory colored paper.
The book is cloth-bound,
mounted with raw cardboard
and colored spine +
The materials gathered in this book form a true personal and professional portrait of Cino Zucchi. The result is a
highly autobiographical, layered manifesto in which theoretical ideas and architectural practice coexist systematically.
This volume is a “Zibaldone” in which texts and images are linked together in graphical narratives.