/be·stià·rio/

In the history of Literature, the origin of the Bestiario dates back to the Middle Age and it is usually described as a volume containing  descriptions and combinations of different parts of real and imaginary animals with the aim both to teach morals and entertain people. The Bestiario is indeed a 'dream book' able to display an unknown universe generated by the men's imagination in a game of real and fantastic.

 

Our Bestiario is an investigation, a study, a research. Bestiario brings forward this idea with a series of animal sketches by architects from all over the world, studying the possible link with the architect’s greater vision and style.

Bestiario in an ongoing project led by Rosamaria Campisi, Camille Innamorati, Matilde Mellini and Eva Rainone.

 

 

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Alvaro Siza

May 2016 / when in Rome

Smiljan Radic

May 2018 / when in Venice

Adolfo Natalini

May 2016 / when in Rome

Cristiano Toraldo di Francia

May 2016 / when in Rome

Manuel Mateus

October 2017 / when in Lisbon

Eduardo Souto de Moura

March 2017 / when in Rome

Francis Kéré

May 2018 / when in Venice

Dan Stubbergaard

May 2018 / when in Venice

Cino Zucchi

July 2017 / when in Rome

Stefano Boeri

September 2017 / when in Rome

Michele de Lucchi

September 2017 / when in Rome

Herman Hertzberger

October 2016 / when in Rome

Hans Kollhoff

October 2016 / when in Rome

Francisco Mangado

April 2018 / when in Pamplona

Alberto Campo Baeza

January 2018 / when in Rome

Alberto Veiga

July 2017 / when in Rome

Benedetta Tagliabue

May 2018 / when in Venice

Lina Ghotmeh

May 2018 / when in Venice

Junko Kirimoto

May 2018 / when in Venice

Francesco Librizzi

April 2018 / when in Milan

Emilio Pizzi

July 2018 / when in Milan

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