Giancarlo De Carlo
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Libertarian socialism was the underlying force for all of his planning and design. De Carlo saw architecture as a consensus-based activity: his designs were generated as an expression of the forces that operate in a given context, including human, physical, cultural, and historical forces. His ideas linked the CIAM ideals with the late twentieth century reality.
De Carlo was a member of Team 10, along with Alison and Peter Smithson, Aldo van Eyck, and Jacob Bakema, among others. Although his political beliefs have limited his portfolio of buildings, his ideas remained through his journal Spazio e Società - Space & Society, and his teaching at the International Laboratory of Architecture and Urban Design (ILAUD).
Honours and awards
Commencing in the 1950s
- 1950-1951, Public Housing, Sesto San Giovanni, Milan.
- 1951-1953, Public Housing, Baveno.
- 1952-1960, Palazzo Bonaventura (Redevelopment), Seat of the University of Urbino.
- 1956-1957, Housing and Shops, Matera.
- 1958-1964, Masterplan, Urbino.
Commencing in the 1960s
- 1961-1965, Municipal Masterplan for Milan (with Alessandro Tutino and Silvano Tintori).
- 1961-1963, Summer Camp, Riccione.
- 1962-1965, Collegio del Colle Student Accommodation, Urbino.
- 1963, Restoration of retirement housing (Palazzo degli Anziani), Urbino.
- 1966-1968, Faculty of Law, Urbino.
- 1967-1969, La Pineta Quarter, Urbino.
- 1967-1969, Mirano Hospital, Metropolitan City of Venice
- 1968, Ca' Romanino (Casa Sichirollo), Urbino.
- 1968-1976, Faculty of Education, Urbino.
- 1969, Italian Pavilion, Osaka, Japan.
- 1969-1972, Redevelopment, Piazza del Mercatale, Urbino.
Commencing in the 1970s
- 1970-1975, Villaggio Matteotti Housing Development, Terni.
- 1970-1972, Plan for the center of Rimini and San Giuliano.
- 1971-1975, Restoration of Francesco di Giorgio's Staircase, Urbino.
- 1973-1983, Student Accommodation, Urbino.
- 1972-1985, Faculty of Engineering, University of Pavia.
- 1977-1982, Restoration of the theater, Teatro Sanzio, Urbino.
- 1977-1979, Elementary and Middle School, Buia/Osoppo, Udine.
- 1979, Plans for the Redevelopment of the Historic Center of Palermo.
- 1979-1985, Housing, Mazzorbo, Venice.
Commencing in the 1980s
- 1980-1981, Restoration of the historic church and buildings of Cascina San Lazzaro, Pavia.
- 1980-1981, Competition entry for Piazzale delle Pace, Parma.
- 1981-1983, Restoration of the Prè area of Genoa.
- 1983, New seat for the Scuola del Libro High School, Urbino
- 1982-2001, Faculty of Medicine and Biology, University of Siena.
- 1983-1987, Restoration of the historic boatshed, Cervia
- 1986-2005, Carlo Cattaneo High School, San Miniato, Province of Pisa.
- 1986-1999, Restoration of Palazzo Battiferri, Urbino.
- 1986-2004, Restoration and Redevelopment of the Monastery of San Nicolò l'Arena, Catania.
- ?-1989, Masterplan, historic centre of Lastra a Signa.
- 1989-2005, Sports Complex, Mazzorbo, Venice.
- 1989-1994, New Masterplan, Urbino.
Commencing in the 1990s
- 1992-2005, New Palace of Justice, Pesaro.
- 1993-1999, Restoration and redevelopment of the hamlet, Colletta di Castelbianco, Savona.
- 1994-2000, Entrance gates to the Republic of San Marino.
- 1995-2002, Café/Bathing Establishment, Nuovo Blue Moon, Lido, Venice.
- 1996, Plans for ferry dock, Thessaloniki, Greece.
- 1997-2001, Restoration of Castello di Montefiore, Recanati.
- 1997-1998, University campus, via Roccaromana, Catania.
Commencing in the 2000s
- 2000-2001, Competition entry for Ponte Parodi, Genoa.
- 2003, Competition entry for the Porta Nuova Gardens, Milan.
- 2003-2006, Housing, Wadi Abou Jmeel, Beirut, Lebanon.
- 2003-2005, Children's center, Ravenna.
- Benedict Zucchi (1992) Giancarlo De Carlo, Oxford: Butterworth Architecture ISBN 978-0-7506-1275-3
- John McKean 'Il Magistero: De Carlo's dialogue with historical forms', Places (California/Cambridge Mass) Vol 16, No 1, Fall 2003 ISSN 0731-0455
- John McKean, Giancarlo De Carlo, Layered Places, Stuttgart and Paris (2004), published in English by Menges (Stuttgart) and in French by Centre Pompidou as "Giancarlo De Carlo: Des Lieux, Des Hommes". ISBN 978-3-932565-12-0
- John McKean, “Giancarlo De Carlo et l’experience politique de la participation”, in 'La Modernite Critique, autour du CIAM 9, d’Aix-en-Provence – 1953', ed. Bonillo, Massu & Pinson, Marseille: editions Imberton, 2006
- January, 30; 2014. "Giancarlo de Carlo (1919-2005)". Architectural Review. Retrieved 5 March 2019.
- "Spatial Agency: Giancarlo de Carlo". www.spatialagency.net. Retrieved 5 March 2019.
- Wood, Adam (28 June 2018). "Giancarlo De Carlo: How to Keep Educational Architecture Human or Creative Anti-Institutionalism". Architecture and Education. Retrieved 5 March 2019.
- June, 23; 2005. "GIANCARLO DE CARLO 1919-2005". Architects Journal. Retrieved 5 March 2019.
- "Honorary Graduates - 1966 to present" (PDF). hw.ac.uk. Retrieved 5 March 2019.
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