Il contributo degli architetti siciliani ai concorsi per le nuove chiese italiane della CEI

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The essay analyzes the contribution of the Sicilian architects in competitions for the new churches of the Italian CEI (Italian Episcopal Conference). In this long experience promoted by the CEI, the contribution of the Sicilian architects to the creation of the new Italian churches is particularly significant and it is characterized by a constant presence in all competitions and by the quality of the results achieved through the exploration of design within the process of liturgical and ritual renewal.Pasquale Culotta and Giuseppe (Bibi) Leone, are the first to debut in the first competition held in 1998 with the project for the parish of San Giovanni Battista in Lecce. The following year, Vincenzo Melluso is invited to the competition for the parish of Jesus Master in Power. The third series of pilot projects wanted by the CEI, started in 2000 and ended in 2001, involving Marcello Panzarella and Vito Court, with two different projects, for the parish of Santa Maria Roccella in Roccelletta, near Catanzaro.In 2006, for the competition project of the parish church of Santa Maria del Carmine in Avellino, the invitation will be addressed to Sebastiano Triscari. In the fifth series of competitions, Vito Court will be engaged in the new parish of San Giorgio Martire in Dresdano, in the hinterland in Milan. Finally, Andrea Sciascia participates, with the project for the parish of San Giacomo Apostolo in Ferrara, the sixth and latest edition of the CEI competitions organized in November 2011.It is not difficult to note in some cases (Culotta and Leone, Melluso, Panzarella, Sciascia), despite the differences and autonomy of the contributions of each designer, the links and the cultural belonging to a school, just in the figure of Pasquale Culotta, as a constant reference not only as the charismatic and fashinating “master”.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteArchitettura cultuale nel Mediterraneo
Pagine57-74
Numero di pagine18
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2015

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Di Benedetto, G. (2015). Il contributo degli architetti siciliani ai concorsi per le nuove chiese italiane della CEI. In Architettura cultuale nel Mediterraneo (pagg. 57-74). (NUOVA SERIE DI ARCHITETTURA).

Il contributo degli architetti siciliani ai concorsi per le nuove chiese italiane della CEI. / Di Benedetto, Giuseppe.

Architettura cultuale nel Mediterraneo. 2015. pag. 57-74 (NUOVA SERIE DI ARCHITETTURA).

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Di Benedetto, G 2015, Il contributo degli architetti siciliani ai concorsi per le nuove chiese italiane della CEI. in Architettura cultuale nel Mediterraneo. NUOVA SERIE DI ARCHITETTURA, pagg. 57-74.
Di Benedetto G. Il contributo degli architetti siciliani ai concorsi per le nuove chiese italiane della CEI. In Architettura cultuale nel Mediterraneo. 2015. pag. 57-74. (NUOVA SERIE DI ARCHITETTURA).
Di Benedetto, Giuseppe. / Il contributo degli architetti siciliani ai concorsi per le nuove chiese italiane della CEI. Architettura cultuale nel Mediterraneo. 2015. pagg. 57-74 (NUOVA SERIE DI ARCHITETTURA).
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