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Grete Prytz in her house in Planetveien 12, Oslo (pic by Nina Ruud)
Grete died the 25th of September 2010 at the age of 93: always working with the same energy and lively creativity! I met her the first time in 1994 and I was shocked by her beauty and cleverness: I was with Christian Norberg-Schulz who introduced me to one of the most outstanding woman I have ever met. From that visit, I have always tried to pass by her in the house she was leaving since the 1955: Planetveien 12! The house was designed by her husband Arne Korsmo (a master of Norwegian second generation of Modern architects) between 1952 and 1955, just before he left for Trondheim, for him and her wife Grete. She spent all her life there, respecting the initial utopia of the house programme: a place for life & work. This has been Planetveien 12 until she left for ever!
Here-in-after you find the link to download the booklet template either in inndd either as pdf: you will find inside all the required information to respect the grid.
All documents are also available in our ‘issuu’ account (remeber to use login & passw to enter for editing): issuu.com/cm-interiors
Please, you have only to chose among the possibilities presented in the above delivered template: no other format or solution is allowed.
where a copy of one or both the books could be purchased for a ‘print on demand’ or downloaded ‘free of charge’.
On Monday 08 NOV at h. 9:30 students will present their own book-draft (download the template) in a PDF format with:
– all the first part (cover, service pages, etc. > see the opening pages of IFW2010 book)
– the index (even now will be almost empty)
– the abstract and the paper you selected
– 4 or 5 images as example about the work you think is matching the requests of the course (read the info written in previouse posts)
> remember that for each images there is the need of a capition (150 words max long) explaining why the images presented is connected with the word/paper you selected.
15-29 OCT 2010
Facoltà Architettura e Società/Politecnico di Milano
Friday 29 OCT
Stefano Casciani (deputy Editor Domus)
“Non è un caso che come per Lewerentz, anche per Fehn prima e per Knut Hjeltnes, Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk, Jan Olav Jensen & Børre Skodvin poi, per descrivere l’essenza del loro lavoro si sia ricorsi alla metafora della investigazione della materia e delle regole della “messa-in-opera” quale cifra connotativa. L’imprevedibile e l’inatteso, come paradigma del fare, intesi non nella accezione di ricerca dello stravagante, del pirotecnico, dell’eccentrico, quanto all’opposto della investigazione e della perlustrazione di strade alternative alla regola del mercato o alla consuetudine costruttiva, sono gli atteggiamenti che da soli sono in grado di eliminare tutte le sollecitazioni al riproporre stilemi tanto consolidati quanti vuoti di senso”.
The course will take off participating at the IFW2010 International Conference (www.interiorsforumworld.net) scheduled – as you can read from the website – for 5-6 OCT 2010 at Politecnico di Milano/Faculties of Architecture in Leonardo and Bovisa.
The Participation at the Conference is compulsory for students who wish to register at the Course Interior Architecture 2010.
List of speakers & themes: Interior Wor[l]ds
Dear students, as announced in the programme, you are all invited (the presence is compulsory) to take part at the two days interiors conference IFW2010 ‘Interior Words‘ the 5th and 6th October 2010.
Following are the main venus:
Tuesday the 5th: Facoltà di Architettura e Società, via Ampère 1, Milano
10.45 – 11.30
Plenary Session (aula Rogers)
Keynote speaker Mark Pimlott, TU Delft, the Netherlands
Wednesday the 6th: Facoltà di Architettura Civile, via Durando 10, Milano
5.00 – 5.45
Plenary Session (Aula De Carli)
Keynote speaker Aristide Antonas, University of Thessaly, Greece