We appreciate the remarkable next to the mundane; the coherent as well as the irregular; the beauty of proportional relationships; grandeur and moderation; opulence and austerity; solidity, firmness and also delicateness; and especially the suitability of buildings to the very place from which these buildings emerge. The successful combinations of these qualities occasionally converge to make a city or a quarter of historic importance.
Written in English and Italian.
|Series:||University of Notre Dame Graduate Program in Architecture, Rome Studies Program Publications|
|Product dimensions:||9.40(w) x 11.60(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
ETTORE MARIA MAZZOLA is an author of many books, essays and articles regards architecture and urbanism published in Italy. He graduated in architecture at The Università di Roma “La Sapienza” and he is qualified as architect at the Università Federico II in Naples. He’s an architect expert of restoration and urban-architectural design. Currently, he teaches Urbanism and Architecture of Ancient and Modern Rome and Studio Design at the Rome Program of the University of Notre Dame.