[automatically translated] The essay is an attempt to provide some new clues as to the knowledge of four houses designed by Alberto Sartoris and never made known only through the design drawings, which have become true icons of architecture of the Modern Movement. Projects not contaminated from reality, or accidental issues related to implementation and therefore to be considered as genuine expressions of an idea of architecture. Paper architectures that maintain the distance between ideal and real. The works of the rationalist Maestro are told through new and original performances. The redesign in projections of Monge and digital three-dimensional reconstructions, accompanied by graphic reading, describe the architectures designed by Sartoris revealing the spatial dynamics, without betraying the original quality. The perspective views in support of the wise provide more information on the perception and spatial organization of the architecture. The digital model becomes the expression of the idea that Sartoris manifested through isometric: representation as a necessary tool for knowledge of the project and not as a mere production of images.
|Number of pages||133|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|