[automatically translated] In recent years, the CEI (Italian Episcopal Conference) has put in place a great political attention to contemporary architecture for the design of new spaces for Catholic worship and many recent accomplishments deserve a more detailed discussion. In the article the author will present the new Complex of San Gregorio in Agrigento parish church designed by Giuseppe Pellitteri, entering the building in the sacred architecture Italian contemporary scene and comparing it to some interesting recent examples of ecclesiastical architecture, design by Paul Zermani, Pure Franco and Laura Thermes and Monestiroli Associates Architects.
|Title of host publication||Agathòn 2011/2|
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|