Cité sur fil

Guy Rottier, Cité sur fil, 1965
(maquette en balsa, soie, carton)


Guy Rottier(1922-2013)

 Atelier Le Corbusier  & Chef de chantier Unité d’ Habitation Marseille / Atelier des Bâtisseurs – AtBat & Vladimir Bodiansky / CIAM (Congrès Internationaux d’Architecture Moderne) [Bergamo (1949), Dubrovnik (1956) and Aix in Provence (1953)] / ‘École de Nice’ / GIAP (Groupe International d’Architecture Prospective) [Michel Ragon and Yona Friedman, Paul Maymont, Georges Patrix, Nicolas Schöffer] / Association Habitat Evolutif  [Pascal Häusermann, Claude Costy, Jean-Louis Chanéac and Antti Lovag] / La Coopération Méditerranéenne Pour L’Énergie Solaire (COMPLES) / Groupe Conspiratifs à Nice [Guy Rottier, Antti Lovag, Jean Mas, Claude Gilli, Thierry Valfort, Dominique Petry-Amiel, Gilbert Grisoni, Pierre Pinoncelli] / ‘Guy Rottier architecture de recherches illustrées par Jean-Marc Reiser’ / Charles Barberis


Cité sur fil (1965)


Guy portrait double Généalogie trzpx

from:
Guy Rottier site
FRAC Centre collection



Tatry | Tatra mountains

Mieczysław Szczuka (1898 – 1927) was a Polish avant-garde artist, constructivist and productivist. In 1924 co-founds the artistic group ‘Blok’ (Blok Group of Cubists, Constructivists and Suprematists) with Henryk Stażewski, Władysław Strzemiński, Teresa Żarnowerówna among others and they publish the ‘Blok’ magazine. Mieczysław Szczuka was interested in the social functions of art and the utilitarianist ideas deriving from Constructivism, rather that formalism and the aesthetic experience. In 1927 he begins to publish the ‘Dźwignia’ magazine which is supported by the Polish Communist Party.

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