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Claudio Manzoni

The Structure of Light


  • Foreword by
  • Clorindo Testa
  •  
  • Introduction by
  • Ruben Cherry
  •  
  • Photography by
  • Claudio Manzoni
  •  
  • Edited by
  • Oscar Riera Ojeda
  •  

Claudio Manzoni

The Structure of Light

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  • contributors

  • Foreword by Clorindo Testa
  • Introduction by Ruben Cherry
  • Photography by Claudio Manzoni
  • Edited by Oscar Riera Ojeda
  • specifications

  • Size: 10.5” x 8.5”
  • Format: Portrait
  • Pages: 176
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • description

  • Claudio Gustavo Manzoni was born in 1959 in Puerto Iguazú, Misiones province, Argentina. He obtained his degree in Architecture from the National University of Córdoba in 1984. His interest in light and its revealing effects on form and space inspires him to use photography as a vehicle for architectural narration. Self-taught, Manzoni uses both medium and large format cameras and is well versed in film and digital capture. Residing between Ushuaia, Barcelona, and Buenos Aires, Manzoni has developed a unique vision for landscapes and architecture, with the aim of transforming the simple into the sublime. He is a professional freelance photographer; his images have been published internationally. Clorindo Testa (born in Naples – Italy, December 10, 1923) is an Argentine architect and artist, he graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the Universidad de Buenos Aires in 1948. In his work he was one of the leaders of the Argentine rationalist movement and was one of the pioneers to the brutalist movement in Argentina. His style as an architect has always been influenced by his artistic nature, his projects are dominated by the effects of colour, tension, metaphors and plasticity, these aspects are well illustated in his designs for the …
  • biographies

  • Claudio Gustavo Manzoni was born in 1959 in Puerto Iguazú, Misiones province, Argentina. He obtained his degree in Architecture from the National University of Córdoba in 1984. His interest in light and its revealing effects on form and space inspires him to use photography as a vehicle for architectural narration. Self-taught, Manzoni uses both medium and large format cameras and is well versed in film and digital capture. Residing between Ushuaia, Barcelona, and Buenos Aires, Manzoni has developed a unique vision for landscapes and architecture, with the aim of transforming the simple into the sublime. He is a professional freelance photographer; his images have been published internationally.

    Clorindo Testa (born in Naples – Italy, December 10, 1923) is an Argentine architect and artist, he graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the Universidad de Buenos Aires in 1948. In his work he was one of the leaders of the Argentine rationalist movement and was one of the pioneers to the brutalist movement in Argentina. His style as an architect has always been influenced by his artistic nature, his projects are dominated by the effects of colour, tension, metaphors and plasticity, these aspects are well illustated in his designs for the Biblioteca Nacional de la República Argentina and the Banco de Londres building in Buenos Aires. During his career as an architect Testa built a reputation as an innovative and paradigm breaking designer, who regurlarly redefined the conventions of his age.


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Claudio Gustavo Manzoni was born in 1959 in Puerto Iguazú, Misiones province, Argentina. He obtained his degree in Architecture from the National University of Córdoba in 1984. His interest in light and its revealing effects on form and space inspires him to use photography as a vehicle for architectural narration. Self-taught, Manzoni uses both medium and large format cameras and is well versed in film and digital capture. Residing between Ushuaia, Barcelona, and Buenos Aires, Manzoni has developed a unique vision for landscapes and architecture, with the aim of transforming the simple into the sublime. He is a professional freelance photographer; his images have been published internationally. Clorindo Testa (born in Naples – Italy, December 10, 1923) is an Argentine architect and artist, he graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the Universidad de Buenos Aires in 1948. In his work he was one of the leaders of the Argentine rationalist movement and was one of the pioneers to the brutalist movement in Argentina. His style as an architect has always been influenced by his artistic nature, his projects are dominated by the effects of colour, tension, metaphors and plasticity, these aspects are well illustated in his designs for the …

  • Foreword by Clorindo Testa
  • Introduction by Ruben Cherry
  • Photography by Claudio Manzoni
  • Edited by Oscar Riera Ojeda

Contributors Biographies

Claudio Gustavo Manzoni was born in 1959 in Puerto Iguazú, Misiones province, Argentina. He obtained his degree in Architecture from the National University of Córdoba in 1984. His interest in light and its revealing effects on form and space inspires him to use photography as a vehicle for architectural narration. Self-taught, Manzoni uses both medium and large format cameras and is well versed in film and digital capture. Residing between Ushuaia, Barcelona, and Buenos Aires, Manzoni has developed a unique vision for landscapes and architecture, with the aim of transforming the simple into the sublime. He is a professional freelance photographer; his images have been published internationally.

Clorindo Testa (born in Naples – Italy, December 10, 1923) is an Argentine architect and artist, he graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the Universidad de Buenos Aires in 1948. In his work he was one of the leaders of the Argentine rationalist movement and was one of the pioneers to the brutalist movement in Argentina. His style as an architect has always been influenced by his artistic nature, his projects are dominated by the effects of colour, tension, metaphors and plasticity, these aspects are well illustated in his designs for the Biblioteca Nacional de la República Argentina and the Banco de Londres building in Buenos Aires. During his career as an architect Testa built a reputation as an innovative and paradigm breaking designer, who regurlarly redefined the conventions of his age.


  • Size:10.5” x 8.5”
  • Format:Portrait
  • Pages:176
  • Binding:Hardcover