Ernesto Basile y la variable latina del modernismo italiano

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Abstract

Also called "villino Ida" in homage to his wife, Basile’s home-study, in spite of the discreet volume and formal calligraphic instrumentation of unspecific style standard, stood out from the surrounding buildings of elegant and yet conventional structure, built in a mature phase of the Belle Époque, in the blocks traced on either sides of the first section of via Libertà, the northern expansion of Palermo.In the Basile House Hellenistic-Roman evocations are combined with memories of popular local dwelling traditions of the small coastal towns and exotic Maghreb references: a studied mix of domestic informal tone suggestions, whose individual components, in the end no longer distinguishable, contribute to classification of a strictly no specific style space.Basile’s rational evocation of a ideal Mediterranean dwelling culture, free of adjectives, rather than his complex intellectual pursuit of figuration of sobriety as the new means of expression, would also have paid off with some works of his students.With the villino Basile, suddenly, the rising Italian modernist architectural trend seems to close the gap with more mature expressions of international modernism.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Pagine201-212
Numero di pagine12
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2016

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