"Questioni di architettura e urbanistica". Giancarlo De Carlo and the Unity of Disciplines
Keywords:Urban Planning, Urban Form, Structure
In 1964, when Giancarlo De Carlo published Questioni di architettura e urbanistica, was already a well-known figure in Italian architectural culture; a reputation due above all to the professional activity, on which he built his fame. There are at least two orders of factors for which it is necessary to propose today the reading of this book. The first originates from an ever-increasing interest in the “urban space” that inevitably falls on modern urban research, the second imposes a “re-reading” of a book that becomes fundamental in the biography of a character like De Carlo, especially in the years that decree it the success.
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