Auteur(s) : Giuseppe Fallacara
ISBN : 978-2-85978-468-3, 2012
320 pages ; 23,5 x 23,5 cm ; broché
The age of stone architecture is timeless and has prehistoric roots; it reaches beyond all trends and tendencies; it avoids that sense of transience that mark most contemporary architecture; and, at the time, it inspires our most varied reflections and experiments, wether of constructive elements or small architectonic works. This book seeks to give a logical and chronological order to those reflections. Through our contribution to the development of stone architecture, we wish to emphasis that there is much still to be investigated and invented with stone, whereby we mean the enthusiastic rediscovery of those techniques and processes that time has forgotten but that hold, nonetheless, promise for the future.
Giuseppe Fallacara (Bitonto 1973)
PhD in Architectural Design since 2004. Assistant Professor since 2005 at the Department dICAR of the Faculty of Architecture of the Polytechnic of Bari, where he teaches Architectural Design and The History of Steretomy. Author of numerous articles on updating architecture in stone cutting and monographs:
The 'lightness of weight' in stone masonry construction.
Reflections on recent architectural research by Giuseppe Fallacara
The return of the Ghosts
Stereotomy: The Paradox of an Acrobatic Architecture
For a History of Modern Stereotomy: 1951-2011
Sixteen Prototypes of Modern Stereotomy
Towards a Sustainable Design Project
Sustainable Stone Architecture
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