Ticinese School

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Ticinese School. Group of architects working in the Ticino region of Switzerland from the 1960s, concerned with a reconsideration of architectural style and a greater historical awareness. Among the more influential members were Botta, Reichlin, and Rossi. The School promoted Rational architecture. See also tendenza.

Bibliography

Brown-Manrique (ed.) (1989);
G. Grassi (1982, 1989);
Pizzi (1994–8, 1997);
S&B (1975)