By analyzing graphically Alberto Sartoris's projects, one of Italian Rationalism master, it is clear how indivisible is the ratio between drawing and project: from his works indeed it is not possible to perceive the border between design and the pure delight of the complete architectural shape representation. Alberto Sartoris uses drawing as a tool to control the project, in order to take advantage from the beginning of shapes and quantities. He works through drawings in axonometry which preserve the being and the essence of his projectual idea, the aesthetic and dimension, the pureness and awareness of the shape. Indeed, axonometry is the first sight he has of the building "...before drawing it I would like to picture architecture in the space" like addition and aggregation of volumes in the space and in the light, but also like a tool to use in the construction site to read the project. In the process of redrawing his projects, built or not, it has been analyzed the artist's cognitive-cultural path: to catch some choices either in terms of representation and of project; to understand how much drawing has constrained the project and as well how the project had in representation his searching engine, his motivation towards success; to verify, through critical exploration of digital models of unbuilt projects, the coherence and expressivity of conceived architecture spatial, materic and lighting qualities.
|Titolo:||Analisi grafica delle opere di Alberto Sartoris: progetto disegnato o disegno progettato?|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2010|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|