Cino Zucchi / Moleskine

From the Publisher. This book, collecting , maquettes, project drawings and notional references from architecture to science or music intermingled in graphic narratives, composes a highly autobiographical and layered manifesto. Theoretical ideas and architectural practice coexist systematically, tracing out Cino Zucchi’s scientific and personal profile.

Cino Zucchi is Chair Professor of Architectural and Urban Design at the Politecnico di Milano and Visiting Professor at Harvard University. He’s well known for his projects for the residential buildings in the former Junghans area of Venice and those of Nuovo Portello in Milan, and for the extension of the National Automobile Museum in Turin. Zucchi’s various international awards include the Special Mention at the 13th Architecture Biennale (2012), the International Award Architecture in Stone (2009), the Piranesi Award (2001).

The collection of Inspiration and Process in Architecture compiles individual monographs (divided in two sections, Writings and Drawings) approaching the design process of different international architects, star-architects, young talents, great designers to give a full comprehensive view of the manual approach of the creative process.

- Writings
- Patterns of Intention
- Interview with Cino Zucchi
- Drawings
- Urban Manners
- Branches
- Camouflage
- Screens
- Textures
- Sharawaggi
- Making Faces
- Pink Lenses
- Desktop Survey 1: Books
- Desktop Survey 2: Cities
- Desktop Survey 3: Music
- Biography

Publisher:  SpA
Editors:Nina Bassoli, Francesca Serrazanetti, Matteo Schubert
Size: 5 x 8.25 x 0.65(inches); 13 x 21 x 1.7(cm)
Format: Matte coated paper, Clothbound, raw cardboard + cloth on spine 
Pages: 144 (+100 colour illustrations)
ISBN13: 978-88-6613-471-8

Cite: Hernandez, Diego. "Cino Zucchi / Moleskine" 22 Aug 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 22 May 2015. <>