preface by fabio mangone

afterword by luca molinari

 

The House in Positano, the House in Procida and the Hotel in Anacapri are the manifesto of an ideal of Mediterranean living for the architectural project. This work, through some projects originating from a didactic experience and others resulting from the author’s own autonomous research, aim to bring back to the centre of the scene architectures that are part of a “timeless fold” in which the house is not only a place for systematic daily actions but becomes a space to be explored and interpreted as a new internal landscape.

 

Concetta Tavoletta
Houses made of Sun
Possible lives for imagined architectures
18,00€
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isbn 9788862425711
book series Alleli | Research
number 104
current edition 9 / 2021
first edition 9 / 2021
language Italian/English
size 14,8x21cm
pages 208
print color
binding paperback
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the author
Concetta Tavoletta (1986) is an architect and has a Ph.D in architectural and urban design and architectural restoration. Since 2016, she has been an adjunct professor at the University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”. She is Deputy Director of Dromos – Libro period...

Concetta Tavoletta (1986) is an architect and has a Ph.D in architectural and urban design and architectural restoration. Since 2016, she has been an adjunct professor at the University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”. She is Deputy Director of Dromos – Libro periodico di Architettura and writes for numerous magazines in the sector such as Area, Abitare, Abitare la Terra e Platform Architecture and Design. She is the author of two monographs and has edited numerous volumes. In 2018 and 2021, she was nominated for the T Young Claudio De Albertis gold medal for Italian architecture. Her projects have been exhibited at national and international exhibitions and conferences at which she has also been invited to as a speaker. In 2019, she won the Archmarathon @Made Expo in the Commercial & Retail section. In 2020, she was one of the best Italian Under40 architects for the journal Platform Architecture and Design.

 

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