Apartamento's latest book examines the work of a generation of architects inspired by the early style of Corbusier and theories on Mediterranean architecture articulated by the likes of Bernard Rudofsky and Josep Lluís Sert.
Their ideas around 'the Mediterranean house' found its perfect manifestation in Cadaqués, a small fishing village on the Spanish Costa Brava that attracted an almost disproportionate number of the twentieth century’s significant artists, among them Dalí, Picasso, Miró and Duchamp.
This illustrated study illuminates the distinctive style and environment of Cadaqués and 22 homes designed by Federico Correa, Alfonso Milà, José Antonio Coderch, Francesc Joan Barba Corsini, Peter Harnden, Lanfranco Bombelli, Oscar Tusquets, and Lluís Clotet.
Edited by Nacho Alegre with an introduction by Oscar Tusquets.
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