Reading the texts – and the digressions that catch the reader in their complementarity – is, all the more so, also a path towards curiosity. The new publishing endeavour by Bramea Editore mirrors the will of facing the realm of built architecture with books that span an international point of view. This specific attitude constitutes a clear identity of the Book Series. The texts contained in the books open up a scenery where the projects are located and where the “militant architect” is the protagonist. This is the cultural realm in which “Fragmenta” acts. It does so offering to the reader three possible paths for on-going stories. The first is about the Costruzioni semplici. Nove case nella campagna siciliana, by Michele Sbacchi. The second path is the book by Vincenzo Latina, Sulla roccia verso il cielo. Le tautologie imperfette, with an introductory essay by Marco Biraghi entitled: “Le tautologie imperfette”. The third reading path is the one by Yiorgos Hadjichristou with: Il confine poroso. Riverberi nelle Terre Dormienti di Cipro. The book series “Fragmenta” offers a peculiar cultural view, showing not only well known authors. It focuses on architectural space and the connections between way of life and built space.
|Number of pages||4|
|Journal||Festival dell'Architettura Magazine|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|