The Platani River tells of the arrival and presence of Daedalus in Sicily. And since the myth has no time, it is imagined that several architects go to find Daedalus on the banks of the river - where he still lives - to ask him for advice on some of their projects, as men once went to Delphi, Cumae or Lylibeo to interrogate the oracle. Dedalo's responses are famous projects of houses never built (or disappeared) that must be compared and made to interfere with the modern themes of living and building. The interpretation generates the dreamed houses of the Platani river which, in a studied contiguity / continuity, restores a drawn thought of architecture that forms - thanks to Dedalo's cunning - a river of houses, a new maze.
|Numero di pagine||74|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2019|