Born Dec 10 1896, Rovereto, Trento, Italy.
Died Sept 19 1982, Milan, .
Baldessari belongs to the unconventionalist representatives of the Italian rationalism, which included the thoughts of the Futurismus and the German expressionism. The change of the styles in the European architecture 20. Century seeing, he tended in the 60s to a break with the rationalism and developed him own a style implemented with playful forms, e.g. with the building of the chapel S. Lucia in Caravate of 1966. Returned however as an opponent of the postmodernism in the 70s to a symmetrical, rational, taking back architecture. Baldessari joined the Futurist movement with Fortunato Depero in 1913.
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