La Palermo di Vincenzo Melluso

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It took 3,000 years to build Palermo. Its completion involved many: an entire population of constructors driven by volatile and differing values and motives who, having arrived at a certain point, in an amphitheatre created by nature, began to build. This overlaying is sensed in an explosive manner by those who live there today. One does not need a particularly trained eye, one that can examine settlements, the variations in character, the structural functionality of meeting points between urban and private space: just take a 15-minute stroll around Palermo and you will see.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)104-110
Numero di pagine7
RivistaDOMUS
Volume1016
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2017

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La Palermo di Vincenzo Melluso. / Melluso, Vincenzo.

In: DOMUS, Vol. 1016, 2017, pag. 104-110.

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Melluso, V 2017, 'La Palermo di Vincenzo Melluso', DOMUS, vol. 1016, pagg. 104-110.
Melluso, Vincenzo. / La Palermo di Vincenzo Melluso. In: DOMUS. 2017 ; Vol. 1016. pagg. 104-110.
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