One of Professor Federica Goffi’s journal articles titled: Architecture in Conversion: The Singular Door to the Practice of Carlo Scarpa has been published by OBL/QUE, a journal on Critical Conservation (Harvard).
In this journal, Goffi shares her extensive research on the singular practice of Carlo Scarpa (1906-1978), a peripatetic architect who designed and taught architecture in Venice, Italy, during the Modern period.
The journal is available for free download on OBL/QUE website: http://www.criticalconservation.com/downloads
Goffi’s article is on page 42 – 53.
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