With current photographs and newly drawn plans, artist Werner Feiersinger and architect Martin Feiersinger rediscover post-war architecture in Northern Italy: idiosyncratic and characteristic buildings by neorealists, rationalists, brutalists and organicists. The show, developed jointly with aut. architektur und tirol, can now be seen for the first time in Germany.
Their publications Italomodern 1 and 2 are the most authoritative survey of Northern Italy’s architecture between 1946 and 1976. In their study, they have focused exclusively on distinctive buildings rather than entire urban structures.
Photographs and plans are now on view for the first time in Germany at Finstral Studio Friedberg.