By Antonio Sant'Elia
Il "Manifesto dell'Architettura futurista" fu pubblicato l'11 luglio 1914 dall'architetto Antonio Sant'Elia, e propone un nuovo modello di architettura che esalta l. a. funzionalità della bellezza. Fu uno dei manifesti del Futurismo.
Antonio Sant'Elia (Como, 30 aprile 1888 – Monfalcone, 10 ottobre 1916) è stato un architetto italiano esponente del Futurismo.
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