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In its delicate religious crossroads, with its reflections of political issues which here assume the size of a more physical than moral fact, and in its division of its unity, Jerusalem is a city capable of carrying the strength of a remote spatiality whose traces become one with the re-worked topography over time from architecture. There is an underlayer which has had the force of various moments of conquest overlapping on top of it, transforming it, over the centuries, with regards to its topological fortuity of a living organism. Within this teeming vagueness, we can catch sight of “fires” of urban recognizability. This is a city where the perspective is absent, where a glimpse is a conquest, where everything is not announced but “found” in its compactness of an absorbing mass — with some rare and impressive exceptions — every emergence within a uniform body, where empty space are nothing more than its subtractions.
Fabio Fabbrizzi è Professore Associato di Progettazione Architettonica e Urbana presso il DIDA — Dipartimento di Architettura dell’Università degli Studi di Firenze.La sua ricerca teorica e progettuale si addentra nel rapporto tra memoria e contemporaneità nell’interpretazione dei molti caratteri dei luoghi, non ultimo quello ambientale. Autore di numerosi testi e pubblicazioni scientifiche sul progetto d’architettura e sui suoi molti aspetti, insegna Progettazione Architettonica presso il DIDA — Dipartimento di Architettura dell’Università degli Studi di Firenze e Allestimento e Museografia presso la Scuola di Specializzazione in Beni Architettonici e del Paesaggio sempre dell’Università degli Studi di Firenze.
Fabio Fabbrizzi is Associate Professor of Architectural and Urban Design at the Department of Architecture, DIDA, of the University of Florence. His theoretical and project research inquires into the relationship between memory and the contemporary in the interpretation of the many features of places, including environmental factors. He is the author of many scientific texts and publications on the architectural project and on its many aspects. He teaches Architectural Design at the Department of Architecture, DIDA, of the University of Florence and Exhibition Mounting and Museography at the School of Specialization in Architectural and Landscape Heritage of the University of Florence.
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