Antonio Sant'Elia. Central Station project for Milan. 1914 #architecture #milan

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A century since futurism: Antonio Sant’Elia and Mario Chiattone | Antonio Sant’Elia, La centrale elettrica, 25.2.1914. Milano, collezione privata

A century since futurism: Antonio Sant’Elia and Mario Chiattone | Antonio Sant’Elia, La centrale elettrica, 25.2.1914. Milano, collezione privata

antonio sant'elia drawings | perspective drawing by sant elia 1914 photo 2 perspective drawing ...

antonio sant'elia drawings | perspective drawing by sant elia 1914 photo 2 perspective drawing ...

Antonio Santelia-studio-per-centrale-elettrica_1914    This is futurism because it suggests movement upwards represented by a building which is the main focal point in this art work.  This suggests technology due to the architectural detailing.

Antonio Santelia-studio-per-centrale-elettrica_1914 This is futurism because it suggests movement upwards represented by a building which is the main focal point in this art work. This suggests technology due to the architectural detailing.

Antonio Sant'Elia ( 1888 - 1916) was an Italian architect, key member of the Futurist movement in architecture.

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Antonio Sant'Elia ( 1888 - 1916) was an Italian architect, key member of the Futurist movement in architecture.

Futurism. Sant'Elia (1888-1916) was an Italian architect from Como, key member of the Futurist movement in architecture. A nationalist as well as an irredentist, Sant'Elia joined the Italian army as Italy entered World War I in 1915. He was killed during the Eighth Battle of the Isonzo, near Gorizia. Most of his designs were never built, but his futurist vision has influenced many architects, artists and designers.

Futurism. Sant'Elia (1888-1916) was an Italian architect from Como, key member of the Futurist movement in architecture. A nationalist as well as an irredentist, Sant'Elia joined the Italian army as Italy entered World War I in 1915. He was killed during the Eighth Battle of the Isonzo, near Gorizia. Most of his designs were never built, but his futurist vision has influenced many architects, artists and designers.

Updated: The Architecture of Antonio Sant'Elia

Updated: The Architecture of Antonio Sant'Elia

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