Sketch book: Carlo Scarpa and Synagogue by Frank Lloyd Wright
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- Author: Javaria Shaikh
- Status: Public
- Number of pages: 44
- Size: 210x297
- Inside: Black and white
- Binding: Stapling
- Cover finish: Brillo
analysis of Beth Sholom Synagogue . The glazed glass pyramidal tower, built in the 1950s, reflects two dominant metaphorsâ€”the tent and the mountainâ€”to convey the sense of a collective sacredness. It is nationally significant as one of Wright's most important commissions during his long and productive career.
Carlo Scarpa. "Can Architecture Be Poetry." from Peter Nover, Ed. The Other City Carlo Scarpa: The Architect's Working Method as Shown by the Brion Cemetery in San Vito D'Avitole. p17-18.