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See Article History Aldo Rossi, born May 3, , Milan , Italy—died September 4, , Milan , Italian architect and theoretician who advocated the use of a limited range of building types and concern for the context in which a building is constructed.

This postmodern approach, known as neorationalism, represents a reinvigoration of austere classicism. In addition to his built work, he is known for his writings, numerous drawings and paintings, and designs for furniture and other objects. Rossi received a degree in architecture from the Milan Polytechnic in In the text he argued that, over the course of history, architecture has developed certain continuous forms and ideas, to the point that these are standard types in the collective memory that move beyond the scope of style and trends.

Rather than disrupt this fabric with shockingly new, individualistic architecture, Rossi maintained that architects must respect the context of a city and its architecture and tap into these common types.

Rossi was also sometimes classified simply as a postmodernist because he rejected aspects of Modernism and utilized aspects of historical styles. Indeed, he spent much of the s and early s teaching at universities in the United States, including Yale and Cornell.

While in some ways reminiscent of Greek and Renaissance models, it had a severity and total lack of ornamentation that made it of its time. Reflecting in many elements the style of local factories, the building also fit into its context.

Its design, like that of the cemetery, utilized simple primary forms and repetitive elements in the facade. Rossi gained international attention at the Venice Biennale in when he designed the Teatro del Mondo, a floating theatre. The wood-clad structure, featuring an octagonal tower, recalled the Venetian tradition of floating theatres and, Rossi believed, tapped into the collective architectural memory of the city. Get exclusive access to content from our First Edition with your subscription. Over time, his architectural sketches and drawings became recognized as works in themselves and were shown in major museums throughout the world.

In addition to being an architect and writer, he worked as an industrial designer, notably for Alessi. In Rossi received the Pritzker Prize.

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Gallaratese housing in Milan by Aldo Rossi

See Article History Aldo Rossi, born May 3, , Milan , Italy—died September 4, , Milan , Italian architect and theoretician who advocated the use of a limited range of building types and concern for the context in which a building is constructed. This postmodern approach, known as neorationalism, represents a reinvigoration of austere classicism. In addition to his built work, he is known for his writings, numerous drawings and paintings, and designs for furniture and other objects. Rossi received a degree in architecture from the Milan Polytechnic in In the text he argued that, over the course of history, architecture has developed certain continuous forms and ideas, to the point that these are standard types in the collective memory that move beyond the scope of style and trends. Rather than disrupt this fabric with shockingly new, individualistic architecture, Rossi maintained that architects must respect the context of a city and its architecture and tap into these common types. Rossi was also sometimes classified simply as a postmodernist because he rejected aspects of Modernism and utilized aspects of historical styles.

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Aldo Rossi

Early life[ edit ] He was born in Milan , Italy. After early education by the Somascan Religious Order and then at Alessandro Volta College in Lecco , in he went to the school of architecture at the Polytechnic University of Milan. His thesis advisor was Piero Portaluppi and he graduated in Rossi left in , when the chief editorship went to Gian Antonio Bernasconi. He married the Swiss actress Sonia Gessner, who introduced him to the world of film and theater. Culture and his family became central to his life.

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