Marcello Guido

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Marcello Guido (born 1 January 1953) is an Italian deconstructivist architect.

Born in Acri, he is based in Cosenza, Calabria.[1] He trained as an architect at the Faculty of Architecture of La Sapienza University, Rome.[2][3] He is a student of Bruno Zevi.[4] He is president of the Istituto Nazionale di Architettura (InArch) Calabria section[5] and a member of the Istituto's Administrative Board.[6]

He is regarded as an authority on the integration of contemporary architecture in the setting of Italy's historic city centres.[7][8] His "forceful and courageous"[9] Piazza Toscana archaeological site project[10] in Cosenza was awarded the Dedalo Minosse Prize (Dedalo Minosse International Prize for Italian Architecture) Special Prize in 2002.[11] The dynamisim of its conceptualisation has been favourably compared with that of the corkscrew lantern on the dome of Borromini's Sant'Ivo alla Sapienza.[12]

His work, representative of the deconstructivist style of architecture in Italy,[13][14] is the subject of Cesare De Sessa[15]'s monograph "Marcello Guido, L'impegno nella trasgressione" ("Marcello Guido, Commitment in Transgression").[16][17][18]

Work[edit]

  • Museum of the Horse (Museo del cavallo), Bisignano, Calabria[19][20][21][22][23]
  • Piazza Toscano, archaeological site covering, Cosenza, Calabria[24][25][26]
  • Social Centre, San Giorgio Albanese, Calabria, Italy[27][28][29]
  • Service Centre "Park Crista", Acri, Calabria, Cosenza[30]
  • Pavilion, San Giorgio Albanese, Calabria, Cosenza[31]
  • Tourist Centre, Pescolanciano, Molise, Isernia[32]
  • Apartment Building, Cosenza, Calabria[33]
  • and other projects [1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.archiplanet.org/wiki/Marcello_Guido_architetto,_Acri,_Cosenza,_Italy
  2. ^ http://data.greatbuildings.com/wiki/Marcello_Guido
  3. ^ http://www.archinfo.it/guido-marcello/0,1254,53_ART_198857,00.html?lw=53;CHL
  4. ^ http://www.prestinenza.it/articolo.aspx?id=207 Interview with Franco Porto
  5. ^ http://www.antithesi.info/vari/sciacca/locandina.pdf
  6. ^ http://www.inarch.it/default.aspx?pag=0.3.8&lang=it
  7. ^ http://www.vivienna.it/notizie/notizia.php?id_news=8908
  8. ^ http://www.exibart.com/profilo/eventiV2.asp?idelemento=16942
  9. ^ http://www.antithesi.info/testi/testo_2.asp?ID=145
  10. ^ http://www.newitalianblood.com/show.pl?id=914
  11. ^ http://www.dedalominosse.org/eng/2002_premis.php
  12. ^ http://www.professionearchitetto.it/news/archivio/piazzetta_toscano/piazzetta_toscano.asp
  13. ^ http://ec2.it/marcelloguido/projects/realized_works
  14. ^ http://www.architecture.it/it/minotauro/find.asp?find.x=1&question=decostruzione
  15. ^ Cesare de Sessa
  16. ^ http://www.libroco.it/cgi-bin/dettaglio.cgi?codiceweb=6166122400679&lingua=en
  17. ^ http://www.professionearchitetto.it/news/archivio/piazzetta_toscano/piazzetta_toscano.asp
  18. ^ http://www.allbookstores.com/book/9788886701587/Marcello_Guido_L_impegno_Nella_Trasgressione.html (in Italian) "Marcello Guido, L'impegno nella trasgressione" ("Marcello Guido, Commitment in Transgression"), Cesare de Sessa, publ. CLEAN, Naples, January 1999, 68 pages ISBN 978-88-86701-58-7
  19. ^ http://www.archinfo.it/museo-del-cavallo/0,1254,53_ART_198856,00.html?lw=53;CHL
  20. ^ http://www.marcelloguido.com/museo%20cavallo.html
  21. ^ http://www.archiplanet.org/wiki/Museum_of_horse,_Bisignano,_Calabria,_Cosenza
  22. ^ http://www.arcadata.com/WEB/ENG/ARCA/larca_index.jsp;jsessionid=2B49F979216648BD69EF9F13F4AC9FFE
  23. ^ http://italy.turismonews.it/index.php?action=browse_comune&comuneid=1334
  24. ^ http://www.dedalominosse.org/eng/2002_premis.php
  25. ^ http://www.newitalianblood.com/show.pl?id=914
  26. ^ http://www.dedalominosse.org/eng/2002_premis.php
  27. ^ http://www.panoramio.com/photo/6122314
  28. ^ http://www.panoramio.com/photo/6122243
  29. ^ http://www.panoramio.com/photo/6122353
  30. ^ http://www.panoramio.com/photo/6123008
  31. ^ http://www.archiplanet.org/wiki/Pavilion%2C_San_Giorgio_Albanese%2C_Calabria%2C_Cosenza
  32. ^ http://www.greatbuildings.com/wiki/Turistic_Centre,_Pescolanciano,_Molise,_Isernia
  33. ^ http://www.panoramio.com/photo/6122939

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