Giancarlo de Carlo

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Carlo, Giancarlo de (1919–2005). Genoa-born Italian architect, member of CIAM and Team X. He is best known for his works at the Free University of Urbino (1973–9 and later)—uncompromisingly Modernist solutions on superb sites. His distinguished career embraced academic appointments on both sides of the Atlantic, as well as a practice combining architecture and town-planning. Other works include Matteotti New Village, Terni (1972–5), various schools, the Mirano Hospital, Venice (1979), buildings for the University of Siena (1982), and the redevelopment of the Piazza della Mostra, Trento (1990).

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Carlo (1965, 1970);
Colombo (1964);
Kalman (1994);
Zucchi (1993)

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de Carlo, Giancarlo (19192005 ). See Carlo.