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Felice Palma. Massa 1583-1625. Collezione / Collection.

Texts by Andrei Cristina, Ciarlo Nicola, Federici Fabrizio, Claudio Casini and Sara Ragni.
Italian and English Text.
Pontedera, 2024; bound in a case, pp. 289, b/w and col. ill., b/w and col. plates, cm 24,5x34.
(L'Oro Bianco. Straordinari Dimenticati. The White Gold Forgotten Masters).

cover price: € 160.00

Felice Palma. Massa 1583-1625. Collezione / Collection.

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Felice Palma. Massa 1583-1625. Collezione / Collection.

Texts by Andrei Cristina, Ciarlo Nicola, Federici Fabrizio, Claudio Casini and Sara Ragni.
Italian and English Text.
Pontedera, 2024; bound in a case, pp. 289, b/w and col. ill., b/w and col. plates, cm 24,5x34.
(L'Oro Bianco. Straordinari Dimenticati. The White Gold Forgotten Masters).

FREE (cover price: € 160.00)

Felice Palma. Massa 1583-1625. Collezione / Collection.

Le botteghe del marmo

Italian and English Text.
Ospedaletto, 1992; bound, pp. 153, 10 b/w ill., 60 col. ill., cm 24x29.
(Immagine).

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Le botteghe del marmo

Museo Stefano Bardini. I Bronzetti e gli Oggetti d'Uso in Bronzo

Edited by Nesi A.
Firenze, 2009; paperback, pp. 191, 102 b/w ill., 7 col. ill., cm 17x24,5.
(Museo Stefano Bardini).

FREE (cover price: € 30.00)

Museo Stefano Bardini. I Bronzetti e gli Oggetti d'Uso in Bronzo

Bronzetti e Rilievi dal XV al XVIII Secolo

Bologna, 2015; 2 vols., bound in a case, pp. 729, ill., col. plates, cm 21,5x30,5.

FREE (cover price: € 90.00)

Bronzetti e Rilievi dal XV al XVIII Secolo

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Mitomacchina (Legendary Cars). History, Technology and the Future of Automobile Design

Skira

Rovereto, Mart, December 2, 2006 - May 1, 2007.
English Text.
Milano, 2006; hardback, pp. 320, 300 b/w and col. ill., cm 24x28.

Subject: Design

Period: 1800-1960 (XIX-XX) Modern Period,1960- Contemporary Period

Languages:  english text  

Weight: 1.89 kg


Legendary Cars recounts the fascinating and illustrious history of automobile design throughout the twentieth century and offers a unique journey through the most important innovations in car design from its beginnings to the present day and into the future.
As in many other design fields of the twentieth century, the automobile industry boasts models that have become archetypes of modernity: the Volkswagen Beatle and the Golf by Giugiaro, the Fiat 500, the great sports cars designed first by Pininfarina for Ferrari, and the Mini Minor by Issigonis. Twenty-first century prototypes also have this mix of design and technological innovation making them marvels of contemporary life.
This catalogue, published in association with MART of Rovereto, brilliantly illustrates the extraordinary creative life of the most prestigious European and American car manufacturers and their models which, from the end of the 1940s to the present day, created a sensation and became design icons. The volume showcases the very Italian Ferrari, Lancia, and Fiat, the German Mercedes, BMW, Porsche and Volkswagen, and the French Renault and Citroën. It offers an in-depth examination of some of the most iconic models in the history of the automobile and examines themes such as the sports car, mass motorisation, the design process, and technological innovations. Legendary Cars will enable the reader to relive the climate of fervid and ingenious creativity that pushed the boundaries of automotive design and will be a great addition to the shelves of not only auto industry professionals but designers and car enthusiasts of all types.
From the creative process to the making of timeless models, this publication presents the cult and culture of cars in all its glory.

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