Atlante Pratico Per Tubisti Tracciatori Tecnici

Author: G. Grossi
Editor: HOEPLI EDITORE
ISBN: 8820312093
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Il Manuale Del Disegnatore

Author: R. Rossi
Editor: HOEPLI EDITORE
ISBN: 9788820321710
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Manuale Pratico Per L Operaio Tornitore E Fresatore

Author: Ferdinando Massero
Editor: HOEPLI EDITORE
ISBN: 9788820317904
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Impianti Sanitari

Author: Angelo Gallizio
Editor: HOEPLI EDITORE
ISBN: 9788820321314
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Italian Books And Periodicals

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Catalogo Dei Libri In Commercio

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Milan Architecture Guide 1945 2015

Author: Marco Biraghi
Editor: HOEPLI EDITORE
ISBN: 882036977X
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Milan, since the period after World War II, has developed its own specific interpretation of modern architecture: a Milanese path to architectural Modernity. In model suburban developments like QT8 (a proving ground for the best solutions formulated by international architectural culture in the 1920s and 1930s), but also in original buildings in the center, like the Torre Velasca and the Pirelli skyscraper, Milan has become a true outdoor museum of modern architecture. The names of the leading figures of this period are Gio Ponti, Piero Bottoni, Ernesto Nathan Rogers, Lodovico Belgiojoso, Ignazio Gardella, Luigi Moretti, Luigi Caccia Dominioni, Vico Magistretti; as well as Vittorio Gregotti, Aldo Rossi, Guido Canella, Carlo Aymonino, Gino Valle, Gabetti & Isola: architects that over a few decades gave Milan its building-symbols, providing structures suitable for a city aspiring to a role as a leading player on the European stage. The works of these architects have been joined, in the late 20th century and the initial years of the new millennium, in a period of renewed construction activity, by projects bearing the world-famous signatures of Zaha Hadid, Daniel Libeskind, Arata Isozaki, Peter Eisenman and Rem Koolhaas, along with those of Italian talents like - among others - Renzo Piano, Cino Zucchi and Stefano Boeri. A significant contribution that has given Milan an important position on the international architecture scene, destined to be reinforced by EXPO 2015. This book takes a critical look at the various aspects of development of Milanese architecture, and in 100 profiles illustrated with photographs made for the occasion it presents the city's most outstanding buildings erected over the course of the last seventy years.

To Each His Own

Author: Leonardo Sciascia
Editor: New York Review of Books
ISBN: 0940322528
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This letter is your death sentence. To avenge what you have done you will die. But what has Manno the pharmacist done? Nothing that he can think of. The next day he and his hunting companion are both dead.The police investigation is inconclusive. However, a modest high school teacher with a literary bent has noticed a clue that, he believes, will allow him to trace the killer. Patiently, methodically, he begins to untangle a web of erotic intrigue and political calculation. But the results of his amateur sleuthing are unexpected—and tragic. To Each His Own is one of the masterworks of the great Sicilian novelist Leonardo Sciascia—a gripping and unconventional detective story that is also an anatomy of a society founded on secrets, lies, collusion, and violence.

A Century Of Milanese Architecture From Cordusio To Bicocca

Author: Giuliana Gramigna
Editor: Hoepli Editore
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The End Of Labour History

Author: Marcel van der Linden
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521467230
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The essays in this 1994 book aim to integrate labour history within the broader discipline of social history and to demonstrate the continuing vitality and validity of the sub-discipline. Each essay is in itself a response to criticisms of the ways in which labour historians have approached their subjects.