O. M. Ungers, Casa-studio Savioli
Oswald Mathias Ungers, also known by the acronym SMO (Kaisersesch, July 12, 1926 – Cologne, 30 September 2007) was a German architect and architectural theorist, best known for his style characterized by geometric rigor. Among his projects stand out the museums in Frankfurt, Hamburg and Cologne.
The building aroused immediate attention from critics , both for the core of the house , the fruit of the Modern Movement, which one of the study , which is closer to the experiments brutalist Sixties. According to Argan (1966), this marks an important moment in the history of Savioli : the return to an analytical study of the space, the structure of matter, is the beginning of a journey after independent research at a theoretical level for ideal cities ; here the spaces of the home study flow into one another and are not separated if not by some fixed furniture in wood, Savioli conception that develop in later works to reject completely mobile, to solve directly in the form of the interior space of the functions ‘ furniture. The Vinca Masini ( 1995) highlights the linguistic autonomy instead of two nuclei in the new building Savioli provides a summary of the research have already been tried in those years , the basic elements are the same but enriched by their different assembly , as if to testify that forms do not exist but there is only a way to lock them together to create a structure vital .
Rémi Farwati, Elena Giannitsopoulos, Nadir Bouchene, Adela Plasilova, March 2017