Living means transfiguring the place and loading it with meanings that transcend its pure objectivity, allowing our body to feel itself among "its things", close to itself. The path of "transfiguration" inherent in living interprets the complementarity between man and his environment and reveals the poetic capacity of architecture. Thus, it may be interesting to understand how the interaction between body and space can make us regain possession of the most problematic places, within a mental and transcendent dimension.
|Title of host publication||Letture parallele. L'architettura, il paesaggio e il racconto delle arti|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|