Curator Valeria Carullo interviews architectural photographer Richard Bryant about capturing images of Carlo Scarpa’s work…

The work of architect and designer Carlo Scarpa engages with the context and conditions of a place, most notably through considered use of materials and light.  Scarpa’s designs subtly worked Modernism and craftsmanship with the ancient buildings of Italy, especially in the Veneto region.  Curator Valeria Carullo (Robert Elwall Photographs Collection, RIBA) interviewed architectural photographer Richard Bryant Hon FRIBA to find out more about Scarpa’s work and the experience of seeing and interpreting this master’s work in Italy.

You can see more examples of Scarpa’s work on RIBApix.

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