• Corrado Levi, “New Polverone

    Castello di Volpaia

    The site was a Tuscan country house from the period between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, a place of bare spaces and materials that don’t accumulate, neither modifying or interfering with each other nor integrating in a way that betrays and hides their original meaning. There is an articulation of relationships that neither dominates nor transcends those who make use of or cross through them; but they are to scale, to the scale of man. Within this environment was set a dissemination of concrete signs, neither decorative nor clearly symbolic: small, germinal nuclei, slender and multiple

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