The recent past gives us two legacies. The first one is the contemporary city, with its privileges but also with its urban form and social problems. A city that, expanding horizontally, has lost all relationship with the essential character of the historic center. A city that has attacked the landscape, profoundly altering the perfect balance between nature and artifice. The second legacy is the architectural culture of the so-called "Italian line" of the fifties and sixties: that road of "retreat" that too soon has been forgotten. A road traveled by very high level architects (Ridolfi, Gardella, Muratori, Rogers, Gabetti-Isola, Ranieri and a few others) who have been able to deal with history, the environment and the expressive value of traditional culture. A road that must be re-evaluated to regain the ability to read the essential characteristics of the territory that have made the Italian landscape unique.
|Numero di pagine||1|
|Rivista||ABITARE LA TERRA|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2019|