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  • Towards a weak architecture: Andrea Branzi and Gianni Vattimo

    AbstractAndrea Branzi was among the first architects to incorporate the philosophical postmodernity -as it was formulated by Jean-François Lyotard and, soon after, by Gianni Vattimo- into his discourse. In the early 80’s the Italian philosopher puts forward the pensiero debole (weak thought): a  philosophy meant to be consistent with this new situation marked by an  ahistorical condition, a fragmented and babelian scenario, and the  weakening of being. Branzi not only brings this new intellec...

    Continuity and Discontinuity in Casabella and Spazio. The 1950's architecture magazines directed by Luigi Moretti and Ernesto Nathan Rogers

    AbstractCan architecture magazines play a role in theoretical thought? What tools do they employ? A comparison of two Italian magazines, Spazio and  Casabella, published in Milan in the fifties reveals their importance. It also provides relevant insight into the tools architecture uses to communicate,  the text-image relationship, and how architecture relates to other artistic disciplines and history itself.In Italian architectural circles, Luigi Moretti and Ernesto Nathan Rogers are  acknowl...

    Et in Arcadia Ego. The Mausoleum at Castle Howard

    AbstractAll buildings that populate the garden of Castle Howard in a seemingly random, always placed on small hills, convey the feeling of being constantly observed objects, rather than being themselves observation sites surrounding territory. They are more the gaze receptors than its origin, and this is particularly relevant in the case of the mausoleum of Hawksmoor, more than a pavilion or a landmark in the landscape as it is the culmination of an itinerary that covers all of them and the c...
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