1993. 3 New Monument


The patrimonial wealth of some European countries is a historic and artistic heritage that is not always easy to reconcile with the limited funding made available for their protection and the abundance of new symbolical and recreational demands. On restoring the life lying dormant in many obsolete monuments, the conflict between the interests of nostalgia on one hand and the pragmatic requirements of functional regeneration on the other throws architecture into the uncertain realm of sentiment and habit...[+]

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