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Integrated digital survey of the urban tissues in Galata waterfront, Istanbul. A typo-morphological approach
(Gangemi Editore, 2019)
Over the past centuries, the Beyoğlu district in Istanbul has hosted a variety of peoples and cultures. In its urban fabric, and specifically in the historical core of Galata, we can recognise different architectural traces ...
The formation process of public space: from urban fabric to palaces and squares
(U+D Edition, Rome, 2018)
The formation process of public spaces within the modern city has ancient origins: although generally referenced to the model of the great public spaces of Republican and imperial Rome (forum), the “common” urban space of ...
The emerging role of urban morphology in practicing and teaching architectural and urban design
(National Technical University of Athens, 2019)
The querelle between modern and traditional urban design has alimented in the past decades diverging phenomena such as the new urbanism, the so-called vernacular architecture and the landscape urbanism on one hand, and the ...
Modelli teatrali per l’ampliamento della città medievale. Il progetto urbano per Zagarolo (1571-1605)
(Steinhäuser Verlag, Wuppertal, 2020-09)
The text analyzes the urban project for Zagarolo, which in the past had been mainly considered the work of different hands, and through a particular attention to building types and fabrics, to the hierarchy of paths in ...
Interrupted cities: l’interruzione come strumento compositivo
(Di Baio editore, Milano, 2020-07)
Interrupted cities is an international research project that we started2020 three years ago together with Tom Rankin, Giorgio Verdiani and Paolo Pineschi. The project was titled as an evident homage to Piero Sartogo's Roma ...
Galata waterfont: models, types, and the morphology of meaning in architecture
(LetteraVentidue, Siracusa, 2020)
“Ars simia natura” (Boccaccio, 1360) is a concept that has cut in two the history of the arts. Hence the modern figurative revolution the misunderstanding of this notion it has depleted architecture to a mere branch of the ...
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