Renzo Piano was born in Genoa, Italy in 1937. From 1959 to 1964 he studied at the Milan Politecnico, where he taught until 1968. In 1970 Piano established a partnership with the English architect Richard Rogers. Together, Rogers and Piano designed a number of buildings in Italy and England. Their most famous building, the Pompidou Center in Paris, takes its form from a metaphor of the 'cultural machine' with all color-coded service elements and structure emphasized on the building's exterior. Like most works designed by members of the "High-Tech" movement, Piano established technology as a starting point for his designs. Fortunately, he modified his attempts to generate an architectural character based on technological forms with a concern for user comfort and needs. In his more recent works, Piano has applied his structural experiments to a range of social and civic projects.The Teso bookcase opens on two fronts. The shelves and uprights are made of 0.6" thick float-glass. It also has chromed metal ties. Due to the high-compression coefficient, the tension makes the bookcase a single-block.
|Teso Bookcase||78.7" H x 94.5" W x 13.8" D||Unavailable|
|Number Of Shelves:||6|
FontanaArte Teso Bookcase
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