Proporzione Mediterranea | Architetti Artigiani Anonimi
Annarita Aversa for Architetti Artigiani Anonimi:
September 29th, 2022
6.00pm to 8.00pm
September 30th – October 29th, 2022
Monday to Saturday, 10.30am – 7.00pm
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Giustini / Stagetti gallery is pleased to present the exhibition “Proporzione Mediterranea", the result of Annarita Aversa's studies and researches on the vernacular architecture of the Mare Nostrum and, in particular, on the vaulted houses of the Amalfi coast.
Bench ©️Omar Golli
The collection – made by seats and vases – aims to rediscover the visual and sensorial force of the pure and harmonious forms that characterize this type of architecture, defined by Bruno Zevi as “a vernacular masterpiece worthy of being approached to the Brunelleschi’s dome or to the Michelangelo’s apse of San Pietro”, thus bringing attention to an increasingly threatened heritage.
Vase I ©️Omar Golli
In the collection, the author's intent is to bring back the world of design closer to that of architecture, conceiving both of them again together, with a single idea of space, light and material, as the true expression of a precise moment, place and culture. The furniture is an integral part of the architectural space, almost a single artifact that, moving from the same walls, often creates a natural play of light and shadow.
Vase II ©️Omar Golli
This research and these works are for Annarita Aversa a way to return to the origins of architecture, to its essence, in order to rediscover the intimate link between man and inhabited space. A truthful synthesis capable of evoking the harmony of proportions, the rhythm of solids and voids, the soft modeling typical of the Mediterranean shapes, also through the rawness of the materials, such as the colored terracotta and hand-worked wrought iron used for the seats or the modeled enameled ceramic of the vases.
Vase III ©️Omar Golli
In collaboration with the Center of History and Culture of Amalfi, the author's research will be condensed into the “Vademecum” project: a notebook aimed at anyone called to intervene in the area that, through texts, illustrative tables, prototypes and collections of materials, will present the study of construction systems, elements and architectural systems compatible with the architectural and landscape preservation of the Sorrento-Amalfi peninsula.