Uneternal City: Urbanism Beyond Rome : Section of the 11th International Architecture Exhibition : 11. Mostra Internazionale Di Architettura, la Biennale Di Venezia
Marsilio, 2008 - Architecture - 269 pages
Uneternalcity is a multiplicity of projects performed by a dozen architects from around the world, some of them local, some from far away, that provoke a revelation of what Rome is and always has been, and what Rome has become and continually is becoming. If it is possible to figure it out and to re-imagine and reimage Rome the way it appears in our mind’s eye when we think of city, then we can make sense of any post-city urban landscape that is our new home in the world.
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