A new website – The Atlas of Italian Architecture (Atlante delle Architetture Italiane) –provides a broad survey of Italian architecture of the second half of the 20th century. It is an intiative of the Department of Architecture and Design at Rome’s Sapienza University and the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities (MIBAC). Divided into five different thematic routes, or itineraries, the atlas displays the breadth of late-20th century Italian architectural excellence through 120 works from across the entire country.
The SANT'ANNA DEL VOLTERRAIO residential complex was included in the itinerary "Italy goes on vacation" as recognition of its architectural excellence, in particular its ability to integrate into the coastal landscape thanks to its architects Roberto Gabetti and Aimaro Isola.
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