DANTEUM TERRAGNI PDF
The Danteum is an enlarged and slightly revised edition of Schumacher’s II Danteum di Terragni. (Rome, ). Princeton Architectural Press has produced a. Known only through a small number of drawings and photographs as well as a single model, the Danteum is arguably one of the most. The Danteum is one of the most enigmatic projects by one of the most enigmatic architects of the twentieth century: Giuseppe Terragni.
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It consists of a sequence of monumental spaces that parallel the narrator’s journey from the “dark wood” through hell, purgatory, and paradise. This panel of the presentation to Mussolini shows the hierarchy of the State and history. Regarding the project papers, we are left with a few copies of the boards of the panels with bas-reliefs, that had been photographed and entered in the drawings, and the project report of Giuseppe Terragni.
At the very end the dream of the realization of the building dedicated to Dante Alighieri and the Divine Comedyremained on paper. The project for the Danteum was conceived as rigidly geometric, based on the square and the golden rectangle, constructed from squares. DanteumColisseum in background. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: However, in the end about all that remains now are some sketches on paper, scraps of an architectural model of the project and pieces of a project report Relazionewritten by Terragni.
Compositionally, the Danteum was conceived as an allegory of the Divine Comedy.
Dante and His PoemMichelangelo. The Valdameri himself had proposed some names for the board, including Giovanni Gentile and Ugo Ojetti. Rather than attempting to illustrate the narrative, however, Terragni focuses on the text’s form and rhyme structure, translating them into the language of carefully proportioned spaces and unadorned surfaces typical of Italian Rationalism.
The Danteum / Giuseppe Terragni
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Schumacher, Terragni e il DanteumRoma,p.
Dante ‘s Divine Comedy. Teragni the Divine Comedy includes references to numerology and geometry, the poem could be seen as a written allegory of the physical structure of the afterlife. Wikipedia Cite this article: The Danteum technical information Architects: The intention was to celebrate the famous Italian poet Danteextol the virtues of a strong fascist state, that bases its foundations on the glory of imperial Rome.
Views Read Edit View history. The project was commissioned by Valdameri to Terragni and Pietro Lingeri and was supported by steel industrialist Milanese the count Alessandro Poss who had made available the sum of two million lire as a personal contribution to the project execution.
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The November 10,at the Palazzo Venezia, the Valdameri and the designers present the project and they obtained the consent of the Duce. Michelangelo aboveand Botticellipainted canonical images. Rome, Italy Proyect year: Written by paperarch August 9, at 1: Because of the complex of literary, artistic, and architectural meaning associated with the design, the theorist Aarati Kanekar regards it as exemplary of how a spatial structure can express a sophisticated poetic meaning without an explicit “vocabulary” of architectural symbols.
This is an anti-Humanist building, and as such a paragon of the International Style as it was developing between the World Wars.
Since the form of the Divine Comedy was itself influenced by the architectural structure of Byzantine churches, the Danteum is in a sense a translation of a translation. Since the form of the Divine Comedy was itself influenced by the architectural structure of Byzantine churches, the Danteum is in a sense a translation of a translation. Guiseppe Terrangi, a successful architect, is included danteu because of two buildings which defined his work: