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La dispositio informale della "Soft Machine"

Thomas Mical

Abstract


Questo saggio affronta i termini concettuali e le conseguenze di una forma “soft” di dispositio vitruviana come possibilità attuale della relazione tra architettura e città. La tendenza verso il “morbido” e l'informale nell'architettura e nel progetto urbano genera nuove modulazioni concettuali  del tessuto urbano. I processi sociali di assemblage di componenti corrispondono oggi ad un avanzamento, in cui una dispositio “soft” ordina le mutevoli fasi/spazi della vita urbana e sostituisce la precedente logica modernista astratta delle macchine, dello spazio striato e del determinismo funzionale.

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Dispositio; Soft Machine;

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1283/fam/issn2039-0491/n32-2015/94

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