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Pietro Fenoglio

(1865—1927)


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(1865–1927). Italian architect. He designed the Casa Besozzi, Corso Siccardi, Turin (1904—a Renaissance-style palazzo flanked by castellated pavilions with Neo-Romanesque openings), and numerous essays in the Stile Liberty, of which the Palazzina Scott, Corso Lanza, and Casa Fenoglio, Corso Francia/Via Principi d'Acaja (both Turin, and both 1902–3), are examples.

From A Dictionary of Architecture and Landscape Architecture in Oxford Reference.

Subjects: Architecture.


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