Three architectural projects, never realized but paradigmatic of a physical and concrete link with a new idea of reformed Milan, today appear as relevant as ever: Foro Bonaparte by Antolini (1801), the design competition projects for a great Monumento-ospizio at Moncenisio (1813), by Pistocchi and Cagnola, and the project for the City-Harbour and Lazaret at Comacchio by Bruyère (1805). In this fertile season of architectural theories and crossed by urban utopias of reform, the studies for new typologies of public facilities are key themes. New master problems for “revolutionary” architectures.

Attrezzature Neoclassiche rivoluzionarie a Milano

L. Monica
2021-01-01

Abstract

Three architectural projects, never realized but paradigmatic of a physical and concrete link with a new idea of reformed Milan, today appear as relevant as ever: Foro Bonaparte by Antolini (1801), the design competition projects for a great Monumento-ospizio at Moncenisio (1813), by Pistocchi and Cagnola, and the project for the City-Harbour and Lazaret at Comacchio by Bruyère (1805). In this fertile season of architectural theories and crossed by urban utopias of reform, the studies for new typologies of public facilities are key themes. New master problems for “revolutionary” architectures.
2021
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