A casa del Signor G. Progetti per un interno: 19 committenti, 54 città

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The vision "transcalare" on a concept of living as a prerogative of the look "Scheming" - the object environment universal - is a key to the Interior Architecture Laboratory. The ability to identify meanings and relationships "inside" of the experience of man, from the room to the landscape, is the thread of continuous training of the designer. For holding the workshop it was hired as a "landscape" reference sites and cities described by Italo Calvino in his book Invisible Cities. From this scenario it has been requested the elaboration of an inner place that can translate into spaciousness together with a wide network of relationships, capable of multiple connections. From another point of view, only the exact opposite appearance, in the framework of Antonello da Messina, The St. Jerome in His Study (1475), the interior perspective holds together - at the same scale - architecture and structure, objects and figures, also furniture as architecture, landscape and natural presence, in an ordered and full of meaning, of extraordinary richness. This premise is the Interior of the Laboratory Declaration: the living is to give form to the world, is the very essence of our humanity. Giving shape to housing is the challenge that we propose to deal with. This premise is the Interior of the Laboratory Declaration: the living is to give form to the world, is the very essence of our humanity. Giving shape to housing is the challenge that we propose to deal with. This premise is the Interior of the Laboratory Declaration: the living is to give form to the world, is the very essence of our humanity. Giving shape to housing is the challenge that we propose to deal with.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publication... nella continuità. La didattica del progetto a Palermo architettura, interni, paesaggio
Pages207-223
Number of pages17
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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