Out of print – one copy available
Gianni Pettena was a central figure in research regarding the boundary between architecture and art in the later 1960s – a movement dubbed 'radical architecture'. He helped redefine the limits of what could be described as architecture, making a fundamental contribution to the ferment that animated, at an international level, city planning debates in those years. His multimedia works, defined in opposition to the rationalism and functionalism of 20th-century modernism, are collected here.
288 pages, 24 x 32 cm, softcover, Mousse Publishing (Milan).