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The Danteum

by Thomas L. Schumacher

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Published by Princeton Architectural Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Individual Architects Of The 20th Century,
  • Public Buildings Architecture,
  • Functionalism (Architecture),
  • Rome,
  • Architecture,
  • Italy,
  • International Architecture - European,
  • Individual Architect,
  • Public, Commercial, or Industrial Buildings,
  • Architecture / Public, Commercial, or Industrial Buildings,
  • Dante Alighieri,
  • Influence,
  • Terragni, Giuseppe,
  • Terragni, Giuseppe,,
  • Criticism and interpretation,
  • Working drawings,
  • 1904-,
  • Danteum (Rome, Italy),
  • Designs and plans,
  • Fascism and architecture

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsGiorgio Ciucci (Introduction)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8659307M
    ISBN 101878271822
    ISBN 109781878271822

    T. L. Schumacher, intro. by Giorgio Ciucci, The Danteum: architecture, poetics, and politics under Italian Fascism (New York, NY: Princeton Architectural Press, 2 nd English edition, c. ), p. The reference to atmosphere and feeling generated in the Danteum is projected by means of a walk-through computer model that was created. Guy P. Raffa’s latest book, Dante’s Bones: How a Poet Invented Italy, tells us the story of Dante’s “graveyard history,” and shows how the Florentine poet’s dead body became a focal point for an emerging Italy. If the God of Genesis created man and woman out of the dust of the earth, Raffa’s book argues that modern Italy fashioned.

    The Danteum Project --Ch. II. Terragni and His Sources: Ancient and Modern --Ch. III. The Danteum Design: Process and Precedents --Ch. IV. Terragni and Dante: Materiality and Transcendence --Ch. V. The Relazione sul Danteum. Other Titles: Danteum di Terragni. Responsibility: Thomas L. Schumacher ; introduction by Giorgio Ciucci. More information. Digital Dante offers original research and ideas on Dante: on his thought and work and on various aspects of his reception.

    The Danteum of Giuseppe Terragni In the president of the Società Dantesca Italiana, an industrialist, and two architects made a presentation to Benito Mussolini. Their proposal was to build a Danteum in in time for the planned upcoming Esposition of in Rome, a museum, library, and homage to the great Italian poet whose works had been. the Comedy into the 'Danteum,' a projected stone and glass monument to Poet and Poem near the Basilica of Maxentius in Rome. Do not look for the Danteum in the Eternal City. In true Dantean form, politics stood in the way of its construction in Ironically this literature-inspired building can itself most easily be found in book form.


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Terragni's Danteum book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. InMussolini's Fascist government commissioned the team of Giusep /5(15). "The Danteum [is a] beautifully presented book [that] invites us to study the Danteum in its book demonstrates that architecture can transcend the realm of the physical; Schumacher's Danteum brings together different moments of history into one/5(4).

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and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at InMussolini's Fascist government commissioned the team of Giuseppe Terragni and Pietro Lingeri to design the Danteum, a "temple to the greatest of Italian poets." In this acclaimed book, Thomas Shumacher traces Terragni's fanatical, often mystical, pursuit of the poet and explains how this unbuilt project succeeds as an architectural translation of the Divine Comedy -- one that mirrors.

The Danteum [is a] beautifully presented book [that] invites us to study the Danteum in its book demonstrates that architecture can transcend the realm of the physical; Schumacher's Danteum brings together different moments of history into one timeless and universal whole.

"The Danteum [is a] beautifully presented book [that] invites us to study the Danteum in its book demonstrates that architecture can transcend the realm of the physical; Schumacher's "Danteum" brings together different moments of history into.

The Danteum is an unbuilt project designed by Giuseppe Terragni for the Italian state (Mussolini) prior to the second world war.

The project were to be a monument celebrat-ing Dante Alighieri but was also to function as a library an study place for research on Dante. It was also to aid initiatives that foster and. The "Danteum" should have been a building designed in by two eminent Italian architects, Giuseppe Terragni and Pietro Lingeri.

Today, it is well known for the allegoric organization of space following Dante's Divine Comedy. This book includes Fallingwater, Barcelona Pavilion, Maison à Bordeaux and Bardi House along with many other famous and iconic buildings.

I was set the task of producing a model that represented the Danteum designed by Giuseppe Terrangi. The structure was intended to be built in Rome but this never happened and the available information on the. IL DANTEUM. An Unbuilt Memorial to Dante Alghieri.

GIUSEPPE TERRAGNI, Brief History The Danteum is an unbuilt monument designed by the modernist architect Giuseppe Terragni at the behest Terragnis design is a built government. of Benito Mussolini's Fascist representation of the levels of heaven and hell. The structure was meant to be built. in Rome on the Via del'Impero.

The book takes the idea of design as calculation from mere heuristic or metaphor to a rigorous relationship in which design and calculation each inform and enhance the other. The Danteum: A Study in the Architecture of Literature (English and Italian Edition) [Schumacher, Thomas L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Danteum: A Study in the Architecture of Literature (English and Italian Edition)Author: Thomas L. Schumacher. Book is in Like New / near Mint Condition. Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one.

Text will be unmarked and pages crisp. Satisfaction is guaranteed with every order. TERRAGNI'S DANTEUM By Thomas L. Schumacher **Mint Condition**. The Danteum is an unbuilt monument designed by the Italian modernist architect Giuseppe Terragni at the behest of Benito Mussolini's fascist dictatorship.

The Palacio Barolo in Buenos Aires, completed inwas designed in accordance with the cosmology of Dante's Divine Comedy, motivated by Italian architect Mario Palanti's admiration for Dante.

Re-inventing the Danteum Project The Danteum Project was designed by ni in the 30s. Mussolini apparently approved the project, but it was never built because the war intervened.

The project was Terragni's architectural interpretation of Dante's notion of life and death through Hell and Purgatory. It contains a richness of imagery. The Danteum is a work of what Darden called "narrative architecture", and it would become a significant aspect of how he approached his later works.

Pre-text, Con-texts, Sub-texts, and Archi-texts. Darden would use a number of terms that he himself devised to describe how a quote, image, sketch, et cetera might influence a project. Dante is guided by the Roman poet Virgil, who represents the epitome of human knowledge, from the dark wood through the descending circles of the pit of Hell (Inferno).

Passing Lucifer at the pit’s bottom, at the dead centre of the world, Dante and Virgil emerge on the beach of the island mountain of Purgatory. At the summit of Purgatory, where repentant sinners are purged of their sins.

Sigfried Giedion, Building in France, Building in Iron, Building in Ferroconcrete (Santa Monica, the Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities, []), p. ; Sigfried Giedion, Bauen in Frankreich, bauen in Eisen, bauen in Eisenbeton, (Leipzig & Berlin, Klinkhardt & Bierman, ), p 2.

See Francesco Dal Co, ‘Dwelling and the “Places” of Modernity’, in. As I’ve been sick at home with Bronchitis, I decided to do some research into other forms of adaptations of Dante and his Divine Comedy, and came across the you’ll see in the many links I’ll have pasted below, the Danteum was Giuseppe Terragni’s proposal to Benito Mussolini’s fascist regime, to build a monument in honor of the Poet in time for the upcoming Esposition of.

Buy TERRAGNI'S DANTEUM 2nd ed. by Schumacher, T.L. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.Book Published Princeton, NJ: Princeton Architectural Press, c Description p., [1] leaf of plates: ill.

(some col.) ; 29 cm. Notes An enlarged, revised edition of a text published originally in Italian: Il Danteum di Terragni. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subject headings.The Danteum. Glossary of terms. Details 9 - What an Architect Sees. Margaret Esherick house. Precedent diagrams in three dimensionos. Introduction.

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