GIOVANNI CARBONARA. ARCHITETTURA D'OGGI E RESTAURO: UN CONFRONTO ANTICO-NUOVO

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Abstract

[automatically translated] Architecture today and restoration of are widely debated issues regarding its approach. there are no a priori laws or rules to follow, but it has always sought to establish parameters and categories to standardize their own choices. Within this landscape inevitably outline of thought different, sometimes conflicting, each characterized by a different way of interpreting the relationship between the old and the new. Just within this dialectic fits the thinking of many architects, including that of Giovanni Carbonara, which, through this text, he wanted to present a varied overview of the possible ways of approach have arisen in recent times in the restoration. Examples and quotes from architects and critics offer the reader a frame of reference on the topic, as well as a reflection on today and its prerogative to often reduce the context to a marginal role and dependent upon the creative act. - Current architecture and renovation of ancient building have Always Been problematic Regarding the mode of approach. There are no laws to follow, but Inevitably there are different currents of thought, sometimes conflicting, each caratterizzata by a different way of interpreting the relationship between ancient and new buildings. It's about that dialectic That fit the thought of many architects, including That of John Carbonara, one of the most prestigious names in renovation in Italy, who wanted to present in this book a lot of overview about the possible approaches That have arisen in recent times about renovation. Examples and quotations from architects and critics offer the reader a frame of reference on the subject, as well as a reflection on current architecture and its prerogatives to reduce the context to a marginal role and subordinate to the creative act.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationAgathòn
Pages77-79
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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