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A Tribute to the Printer Aldus Manutius, and the Roots of the Paperback - NYTimes.com

Article by JENNIFER SCHUESSLER, New York Times, FEB. Describes an exhibit at the Grolier Club in Manhattan. Aldus Manutius invented "libelli portatiles", or portable little books, nowadays known as paperbacks.

011► Aldus Pius Manutius o Aldo Manuzio (Bassiano, 1449 - Venecia, 6 de febrero de 1515), humanista e impresor italiano, fundador de la Imprenta Aldina. Su nombre en italiano era Teobaldo Mannucci, pero es más conocido por la forma latina de su nombre, Aldus Manutius, adaptada al español como «Aldo Manucio».

011► Aldus Pius Manutius o Aldo Manuzio (Bassiano, 1449 - Venecia, 6 de febrero de 1515), humanista e impresor italiano, fundador de la Imprenta Aldina. Su nombre en italiano era Teobaldo Mannucci, pero es más conocido por la forma latina de su nombre, Aldus Manutius, adaptada al español como «Aldo Manucio».

Title: Carré d'Art Year: 1984-1993 Localitation: Nimes, France ( 43° 50.282’, 4° 21.304’ ) Awards: Veronica Rudge Green Prize in Urban Design, Carre d’Art  ‘Interiors’ (USA) Award - Carré d'Art Nîmes Médiathèques exist in most French towns and cities. Typically they embrace magazines and books as well as music, video and cinema. Less common is the inclusion of a gallery for painting and sculpture. In Nîmes, the interaction within the same building of these two culture...

Title: Carré d'Art Year: 1984-1993 Localitation: Nimes, France ( 43° 50.282’, 4° 21.304’ ) Awards: Veronica Rudge Green Prize in Urban Design, Carre d’Art ‘Interiors’ (USA) Award - Carré d'Art Nîmes Médiathèques exist in most French towns and cities. Typically they embrace magazines and books as well as music, video and cinema. Less common is the inclusion of a gallery for painting and sculpture. In Nîmes, the interaction within the same building of these two culture...

Giancarlo De Carlo | Sketch from the exibition "Giancarlo De Carlo. Unpublished sketches" ("Giancarlo De Carlo. Schizzi inediti"), 2015, Santa Maria della Scala, Siena

Unpublished sketches" Siena celebrates the architect with an exhibition - BMIAA

Apartments in the medieval borgo of Colletta di Castelbianco, a unique village restored by well-known Italian architect Giancarlo de Carlo, with spectacular views across the Pennavaire Valley. Situated in a stunning rural location yet only 15 minutes drive from the lovely beaches and towns of the Italian Riviera.

Liguria holiday accommodation, self catering apartments

giancarlo de carlo / colletta di castelbianco

giancarlo de carlo / colletta di castelbianco

Coletta di Castelbianco - Giancarlo di Carlo

Coletta di Castelbianco - Giancarlo di Carlo