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Mediterranean Design - Florenses Handcraft - Multicolor Marble Mosaic - Palla-Palla Gardens - San Giovanni in Fiore - Designer: Francesco Saverio ALESSIO - © Copyright 2000

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Villa Malaparte

Architettura Mediterranea: Villa Malaparte a Punta Masullo, Capri, Campania, Italia: di Adalberto LIBERA  fotografia: Francesco Saverio ALESSIO © copyright 1985

Adalberto LIBERA



About Mediterranean Architecture

The signs of the history, the continuous erosions or adding, spoiling, lichen invasion, chill aggression, torrential rain, saltiness, implacable sun, the architectures are entities in continuous transformation in the time and in the space.

San Giovanni in Fiore, 25 June 2003

Francesco Saverio Alessio

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Calabria: Mediterranean Art: Mediterranean Architecture: Florenses Architecture: San Giovanni in Fiore: Florens Abbey: aisleless Church: Gioacchino da Fiore Architect; Fotografia: Giuseppe DE MARCO, © copyright 2003

Florens Abbey in San Giovanni in Fiore, Gioacchino da Fiore Architect (Italian)

Calabria: Florenses Abbatial Church in San Giovanni in Fiore, by Francesco Saverio ALESSIO

Florenses Abbatial Church in San Giovanni in Fiore, by Francesco Saverio ALESSIO (Italian)

Mediterranean Art: Mediterranean Architecture:  Gibellina Museum, Sicily, Italy: Francesco VENEZIA Architect: Central little balcony;  Photography: Francesco Saverio ALESSIO © copyright 1986

Gibellina Museum, by Francesco VENEZIA Architect (Italian)

Mediterranean Architecture: Villa in Vitulano, by Tullio CUSANI Architect: Photography byTullio CUSANI © copyright 2002

Villa in Vitulano, by Tullio CUSANI Architect (Italian)

Mediterranean Design: La Casa più bella del Mondo; International Architecture Competition; Design and text by Francesco Saverio ALESSIO © copyrigh 1988; With Giuseppe Pio Alessio Building Engineer

La casa più bella del Mondo, International Architecture Competition; L'antro ed il fango, by Francesco Saverio ALESSIO (Italian)

Mediterranean Art: Mediterranean Architecture: Islamic Architecture: Mezquita de Cordoba:  El Miharab; Abderram I ( 756-788),  Abderramàn II, Alhakem II, Allmanzor, Architects

Mezquita de Cordoba, Abderramàm I, Abderramàn II, Alhakem II, Allmanzor, Architects (Italian)

Mediterranean Architecture: Islamic Architecture: Paris Mosque; Photography by Francesco Saverio ALESSIO © copyright 2002

Paris, (French)

Mediterranean Art: Fantastic Mediterranean Architecture: Architecture reflected in the water: extract from The Gojia Towns, Rendering, CAD, Mediterranean Computer Art Design of Francesco Saverio ALESSIO © copyright 2001 all rights reserved

The Gojia Towns, Rendering, CAD and Mediterranean Computer Art Design by Francesco Saverio ALESSIO (Italian)

Architecture Méditerranéenne ou de la Méditerranée: Institut du Monde Arabe, détail, Paris, 1981-87, Jean Nouvel avec Gilbert Lezenes, Pierre Soria and Architecture Studio; photographie: Francesco Saverio ALESSIO, © copyright 2002

Institute du Monde Arabe, Jean NOUVEL, (French)

Calabria: Mediterranean Design: Brunetti House in San Giovanni in Fiore;  Photography by Francesco Saverio ALESSIO © copyrigh 1987; With Giuseppe Pio Alessio Building Engineer

La parete crollata, by Francesco Saverio ALESSIO (Italian)

Mediterranean Art: Mediterranean Architecture: Capri:  Craggy Architecture: Sfinge on the terrace of Villa Axel MUNTHE; Photography by Francesco Saverio ALESSIO © copyright 1985

Capri (Italian)

Mediterranean Art: Mediterranean Architecture: Craggy Architecture: Villa Malaparte in Punta Masullo, Capri, Campania, Italy : flight of steps to the roof: to reach the highest rung an flight in the middle of Mediterranean sea!  Adalberto LIBERA  Architect; Photography: Francesco Saverio ALESSIO © copyright 1985

Villa Malaparte in Capri, Adalberto LIBERA Architect (Italian)

Mediterranean Art: Mediterranean Architecture:  Le Corbusier: Eros e Logos, by Bruno Salvatore MESSINA

Le Corbusier: Eros e Logos, by Bruno Salvatore MESSINA (Italian)

Hellenic Culture: Greece:Mediterranean Photographyc Yachting: Mediterranean Archaeology: Ionian capital fragment in Olympia; Photography by Francesco Saverio ALESSIO © copyright 1998

Olympia, (English)

Hellenic Culture: Calabria: Mediterranean Art: Mediterranean Architecture: Architecture reflected in the water:  Ellenic Calabria: Hera Lacinia Sanctuary in Capo Colonna, Crotone; Photography by Francesco Saverio ALESSIO, 1986 copyright

Hera Lacinia Sanctuary in Capo Colonna, Kroton (Italian)

Flegrei Fields: Naples: Posillipo: Photography by  Francesco Saverio ALESSIO © copyright 1980

Flegrei Fields (Italian)

Flegrei Fields: Roman thermal architecture in Baia: Architecture reflected in the water: alias Venus Temple Photography by   Francesco Saverio ALESSIO © copyright 1981

Roman thermal architecture in Baia (Italian)

Flegrei Fields: Roman thermal architecture in Averno Lake: alias Apollo Temple Photography by   Francesco Saverio ALESSIO © copyright 1981

Averno Lake (Italian)

Flegrei Fields: Mediterranean Art: Mediterranean Architecture: Architecture reflected in the water: Vanvitelli Little House in Fusaro Lake; Photography by Francesco Saverio ALESSIO © copyright 1981

Vanvitellianan Little House in Fusaro Lake, di Carlo VANVITELLI (Italian)

Pisa - San Zeno - Architettura mediterranea di spolio - fotografia: di Francesco Saverio ALESSIO, © copyright 1994

Pisa - San Zeno - Duomo - Architettura mediterranea di spolio

Calabria: Mediterranean Design: Veltri House in San Giovanni in Fiore;  Photography by Francesco Saverio ALESSIO © copyrigh 1987;  With Giuseppe Pio Alessio Building Engineer

Il sentiero e l'arco, by Francesco Saverio ALESSIO (Italian)

Pantheon - Rome  - florense.it web site

Pantheon, Rome (Italian)

Flegrei Fields: Naples: The Vesuvio in the morning fogs: Photography by  Francesco Saverio ALESSIO © copyright 1985

Naples (Italian)

Flegrei Fields: Fantastic Mediterranean Art: Mediterranean Architecture:  Global Village Square. One of the proposed GVS Architectural concept (Paolo Di Caterina, architect)

One of the proposed Global Village Square: Architectural concept, Paolo Di Caterina architect (English)

Contemporary Mediterranean Architecture - Paolo Di Caterina and Pier Giulio Montano Architects - CASERTA - Italy - Project for the Teather of Caserta

Project for the Teather of Caserta

Paolo DI CATERINA and Pier Giulio MONTANO Architects

Sculptures of Battista Marrello (Italian)

 

Flegrei Fields: Mediterranean Art: Mediterranean Architecture: Craggy Architecture: Villa Oro in Posillipo, by Luigi COSENZA Architect; Photography by Francesco Saverio ALESSIO © copyright 1985

Villa Oro in Posillipo, by Luigi COSENZA Architect (Italian)

Flegrei Fields: Mediterranean Art: Mediterranean Architecture:  Naples: Palazzo Calabritto Restoration, Paolo DI CATERINA architect

Naples: Palazzo Calabritto Restoration, Paolo DI CATERINA architect (Italian)


Mediterranean Architecture

Caccuri, 5 febbraio 2004

--This is a section of the site dedicated to the Mediterranean Architecture and that, going from the Mezquita de Cordoba to the Tiberius’s Villa Iovis in Capri, from the Adalberto Libera’s Villa Malaparte always in Capri until the Francesco Venezia’s Museum of Gibellina, from the Le Corbusier’s Chapel of Ronchamp to the Abbazia Florens of Gioacchino da Fiore and Luca Campano through the undergrounds of Naples, the underground architecture of the Greek Roman caverns exposed to the Triennale of Milan, the ages, the cultural migrations, the Urbanism and Etno-Psychiatry, sometimes the losses, sometimes the contaminations, through various values and the religions, the aesthetic valences, with the contribution of personal written and of others Authors, of photography’s, designs and other types of iconographic representations, 3d rendering, cad, videos, wants indicate a reflection course on this argument.
--The site and the section are in continuous development and in continuous research; from this moment above all with regard to the Mediterranean Architecture and to the cultural migrations that have influenced on its transformation in the time and in the geography.

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Urbanism and Etno-Psychiatry

 

--[...] At the beginning of the last century a migratory current of the Florensis started towards the foreign countries which became like a river in flood since the half of the Sixties. The thousand of billions of Lire’s of the wages of the beyond eight thousand Florensis are transformed in reinforced concrete in a little more than ten years.

--A collective madness braked out: Dr. Salvatore INGLESE, Ethno-Psychiatrist, in that time Director for many years of the local seat of the Mental Health Centre, wrote an essay where he analyzed this type of social psychopathology:

--[...] the relative richness deriving from the wage-job gained by the emigrants was obstinate to be petrified in deserted and abusive dwellings that caused a serious imbalance in the rational management of the territory. The emigration hasn’t determined "in loco” a new development, the web of the productive structures or trading remained atrophic or however slowed down. But the concreteness of the wages revealed also the necessity to contrast, turning upside down in its contrary the anguish of the consequent vanishing by the forced exodus. In this territory, more the emigration is suffered like uprooting or constrained nomadism, more new domestic foundations are demarcated. The more one is forced to the movement, the more one digs in the cliff and a permanent skeletal identity rises. [...]

--In the Florense population don’t exist any resignation to the exodus, to the MASS EMIGRATION, nor acceptance of the strategy of operated survival. The exile from the catharsis of the reality is revealed like suspension of the drama in the vacuum of empty buildings.

 

--[...] Probably as rebellion to the concreteness, the greyness, the uselessness of the contemporary San Giovanni in Fiore re-appear the memories: the most colourful shutters, or frames and transoms of the “Timpune”, some rare, sensitive person, still colours the contours of its door differently from that of the neighbour; inevitably the green of the pines of the Sila, the blue of its nocturnal sky, the red of the blood of Christ and of all the men of the earth.

--Francesco Saverio ALESSIO


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Mediterranean Artist, Personal exposition in Toronto: Rosario FOGLIA, Gerardo CIVENTI: home site atelier in the middle of Mediterranean, One of the proposed Global Village Square: Architectural concept, Paolo Di Caterina Architect, Florens Abbey in San Giovanni in Fiore, Joachim of Flora Architect, Villa Malaparte in Capri, Adalberto LIBERA Architect, Gibellina Museum , Francesco VENEZIA Architect, XVII Triennale di Milano 1987, Le città della Gojia, Rendering, CAD, flash, and Mediterranean Computer Art Design by Francesco Saverio ALESSIO, Mediterranean Design, Mediterranean Writings, by Francesco Saverio ALESSIO, © copyright, all rights reserved.

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Welcome! To the middle of the Mediterranean Sea...Link: intercultural home, english: Internet  logo of www.florense.it - Mediterranean Art: Computer Science for Mediterranean fantastic architectural rendering personal research: "Tear drops" : dedicated to handcrafts goldsmith florense's tradition; draw of "Le città della Gojia" © copyright all rights reserved by www.florense.it: San Giovanni in Fiore, 2001/2004; architectural rendering 3D programming with software for CAD ( Computer Aided Design ) by Francesco Saverio ALESSIO© Rendering, CAD, Mediterranean Computer Art Design: see the others renderings works inside www.florense.it mediterranean art web site in perpetual under construction...like us!