Message - BRUNO ZEVI

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Posted by  SARNO ARCHITETTI on October 17, 2002 at 14:10:37:

Bruno Zevi (1918-2000), critic and promoter international's fame of italian organic and social architecture.


The purpose

The purpose of the Foundation is to honor the memory of Bruno Zevi, a stubborn and impassioned advocate of the integration of democratic values and architectural ideas, and to recall his extraordinary work as a critic, historian and thinker.
To this end, the Foundation will encourage and further the activities of those wishing to devote their energies to the history of architecture, to theoretical studies and practical endeavors in the fields of architecture, city planning and landscape architecture, and to art in general.With particular reference to the young, it will also seek to foster an understanding of the architectural heritage as inseparably bound up with the literary and scientific heritage in accordance with the unified and decidedly anti-academic view of culture that Bruno Zevi championed throughout his life.

Cordially, Carmine Sarno and Carlo Sarno,
Sarno Architetti, Italian New Organic Architecture

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