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Il castello scaligero[ modifica modifica wikitesto ] Il castello fu costruito tra il e il per disposizione di Cangrande II della Scala con ragione difensiva, ma per un breve periodo fu anche luogo di residenza dei Della Scala. Con il restauro in stile vennero rialzate le torri, ripristinati i camminamenti di ronda e decorati gli interni in stile medievale e rinascimentale. Successivamente il restauro del castello venne commissionato a Carlo Scarpa e il restauro del ponte a Libero Cecchini con il soprintendente Piero Gazzola. Il restauro di Carlo Scarpa[ modifica modifica wikitesto ] La fortezza scaligera sede del museo vista da valle e da monte del ponte di Castelvecchio. Particolarmente proficuo fu soprattutto il dialogo tra Carlo Scarpa e il direttore del museo Licisco Magagnato , che con le loro riflessioni sui temi del restauro e sulle conformazioni assunte dal monumento nel corso del tempo scaturirono le modifiche di maggior rilievo.

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Biography[ edit ] Scarpa was born in Venice. Much of his early childhood was spent in Vicenza , where his family relocated when he was 2 years old. Carlo attended the Academy of Fine Arts where he focused on architectural studies. Graduated from the Accademia in Venice, with the title of Professor of Architecture, he apprenticed with the architect Francesco Rinaldo. As a consequence, he was not permitted to practice architecture without associating with an architect.

Hence, those who worked with him, his clients, associates, craftspersons, called him "Professor", rather than "architect". His architecture is deeply sensitive to the changes of time, from seasons to history, rooted in a sensuous material imagination.

Scarpa taught drawing and Interior Decoration at the "Istituto universitario di architettura di Venezia" from the late s until his death. While most of his built work is located in the Veneto , he made designs of landscapes, gardens, and buildings, for other regions of Italy as well as Canada, the United States, Saudi Arabia, France and Switzerland. His name has 11 letters and this is used repeatedly in his architecture. In , while in Sendai, Japan , Scarpa died after falling down a flight of concrete stairs.

He survived for ten days in a hospital before succumbing to the injuries of his fall. In , the Italian composer Luigi Nono dedicated to him the composition for orchestra in micro-intervals A Carlo Scarpa, Architetto, Ai suoi infiniti possibili.

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Castelvecchio Museum

One visit is not enough to understand every part that compose this project. Here we try to show you the goodness of this place, but a trip is a must. Arriving from the bridge, completely reconstructed in the postwar period after it was bombed by the German army during a retreat, we access the internal court of the fortress. The path is instinctive. Suddenly the glance travels, moving from a subject to the other, and it is directed to the sculpture of Can Grande della Scala and to the other art pieces exposed outside. We take the only possible way.

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Biography[ edit ] Scarpa was born in Venice. Much of his early childhood was spent in Vicenza , where his family relocated when he was 2 years old. Carlo attended the Academy of Fine Arts where he focused on architectural studies. Graduated from the Accademia in Venice, with the title of Professor of Architecture, he apprenticed with the architect Francesco Rinaldo. As a consequence, he was not permitted to practice architecture without associating with an architect.

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