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Architecture for Death

San Cataldo Cemetery / Aldo Rossi
Religious Architecture

San Cataldo Cemetery / Aldo Rossi

The San Cataldo Metropolitan Cemetery designed by Aldo Rossi  integrates a designed built by the architect Cesare Costa between 1858 and 1876 with a very modern building designed by the architect in 1971. Rossi was a man appreciated internationally for his Architecture theories and his desire was to make a building that reflected his social perspective and theories.

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Art, Japanese Architecture, Landscape Architecture

Yoro Park: The Site Of Reversible Destiny / Arakawa & Gins

The Site of Reversible Destiny is an “experience park” opened in 1995 designed by Nagoya-born, New York-based artist Arakawa Shusaku and his wife and artistic partner, poet Madeline Gins. The theme of the park is “encountering the unexpected,” spreading across about 18,000 square meters. The artist Shusaku Arakawa and poet Madeline Gins realized  here their bold and reckless 30-year vision. The site…

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