Massimiliano Fuksas – ONE. ZERO

Lecture date: 1996-10-08

Massimiliano Fuksas began his working life as a painter, assisting the artist Giorgio de Chirico, and it was only on the insistence of his family that he entered Rome Faculty of Architecture in 1964. His work resists easy classification, with paintings and sculpture playing an important role in the design process. To celebrate the opening of the AA exhibition One.Zero – Fuksas Architectures Fuksas maps the trajectory from his early projects through to his practice’s latest works, addressing along the way such issues as geography, landscape, magic and the spaces between buildings.


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