My inky cloak: notes on the wooden model of the San Carlino in Lugano by Mario Botta
Art. Architecture. A large wooden model of a valuable church and a small city. The clash between these two autonomous realities opens up a path of inquiry that deserves to be followed, if only out of a legitimate and very human sense of curiosity. Notes on the wooden model of the San Carlino in Lugano by Mario Botta.
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