Attached is a well illustrated, luke-warm review concerning the early works of the Futurist architect, Mario Chiattone
(1891 - 1957):
"After his initial flirtation with Futurism, Mario Chitonne passed to the design of ordered structural organisms, characterized by a rather excessive simplification and use of parallels. Nevertheless such work as M Chiatonne's is ample indication that architecture today is in a state of ferment, that the old styles are decaying, and that the new ideas are not yet coordinated."
Click here to read a 1946 art review concerning the paintings of French architect Le-Corbusier.
Click here to read about the industrial designer Gustav Jensen.