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Comuni di Gubbio, Italy (2000s)

Comuni di Gubbio, Italy (2000s)

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People

  • Umberto Riva (archive creator)

Title

Comuni di Gubbio, Italy (2000s)

Dates of creation

2000s

Level of archival description

Project

Extent and Medium

  • 11 drawings

Scope and Content

This project series documents Umberto Riva's built proposal for the competition to replan the area of Sant'agostino in the commune of Gubbio, Italy. Riva possibly worked on this project in 1989. The project consisted of a study of a system of car parks and pedestrian zones for the commune. The proposal was done in collaboration with Francesca Riva and Giovanni Drugman. The project is recorded through site plans, elevations, sections, and plans.

Reference Number

AP180.S1.2000.PR03

Location

Gubbio Italy

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    • Reference Number: AP180.S1.2000.PR03.001
    • Title: Elevations, sections, and plans, Comuni di Gubbio, Italy
    • Dates of creation: 2000s
    • Form: drawings
    • Catalogued items within this file 0

    People:

    • Umberto Riva (archive creator)
    • Umberto Riva (architect)

    Quantity / Object type:

    1 File

    Extent and Medium:

    • 6 drawings

    Dimensions:

    sheet (smallest): 61 x 85 cm sheet (largest): 64 x 102 cm

    Physical Description:

    The drawings were previously rolled and tend to roll back on themselves.

    Credit line:

    When citing the collection as a whole, use the following citation:
    Umberto Riva fonds
    Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
    Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal;
    Don de / Gift of Umberto Riva
    When citing specific collection material, please refer to the object’s specific credit line.

    Folder Number:

    180-015-009

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    • Reference Number: AP180.S1.2000.PR03.002
    • Title: Site plans, elevations, sections, and plans, Comuni di Gubbio, Italy
    • Dates of creation: 2000s
    • Form: drawings
    • Catalogued items within this file 0

    People:

    • Umberto Riva (archive creator)
    • Umberto Riva (architect)

    Quantity / Object type:

    1 File

    Extent and Medium:

    • 5 reprographic copies

    Dimensions:

    sheet (smallest): 61 x 77 cm sheet (largest): 62 x 188 cm

    Physical Description:

    The drawings are rolled.

    Credit line:

    When citing the collection as a whole, use the following citation:
    Umberto Riva fonds
    Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
    Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal;
    Don de / Gift of Umberto Riva
    When citing specific collection material, please refer to the object’s specific credit line.

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