Thursday, October 22, 2020



Via Paisiello 38

1928 Vittorio Ballio Morpurgo (1890/1966)

It was boldly raised three stories over the years 1948/49 by Mario Ridolfi (1904/84), Mario Fiorentino (1918/82) and Wolfgang Frankl (1907/94)

Mario Ridolfi applied, with his project of superelevation, his ideas critical of functionalist architecture and in favor of so-called organic architecture

"The project highlights the desire to make a clean break with the pre-existence, both on a stylistic, and on a constructive level. The architects oppose to chiaroscuro and compact walls of preexisting structures, transparency and light articulation of new volumes” (Giorgio Muratore)

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