La luce è l’anima dello spazio, un soffio che lo attraversa, donandogli la vita. Insegue l’ombra senza sosta, in un rituale che rende visibile lo scorrere del tempo. L’architettura è, innanzi tutto, la messa in atto di questo rituale che accende la dialettica tra fissità dello spazio e azione dinamica della luce, tra finitezza delle misure e incommensurabilità dell’elemento naturale, tra concretezza della materia e astrazione del vuoto. Questo libro mette a sistema alcuni principi elementari che presiedono al rapporto fra luce naturale e spazio architettonico per metterli al centro del lavoro dell’architetto.

Fabio Capanni
Architettura e luce
Principi elementari per progettare con la luce naturale
8,00€
6,80€
isbn 9788862422147
current edition 4 / 2017
first edition 4 / 2017
language Italian
size 12x16,5cm
pages 80
print color
binding paperback
the author
Fabio Capanni (b. Florence, 1965) is Full Professor of Architectural and Urban Design at DIDA, the Department of Architecture of the University of Florence, where he received his PhD in 2000. He has collaborated with the international magazine Materia and was editor o...

Fabio Capanni (b. Florence, 1965) is Full Professor of Architectural and Urban Design at DIDA, the Department of Architecture of the University of Florence, where he received his PhD in 2000. He has collaborated with the international magazine Materia and was editor of the international magazine Area; at present he is a member of the Scientific Committee of Firenze Architettura, a magazine published by the Department of Architecture of the University of Florence. He is the author of Architettura moderna a Fiesole (Modern Architecture in Fiesole) (Becocci, 2003), of Di alcune figure e caratteri dell’edilizia residenziale in Toscana, nell’orizzonte della sostenibilità (Some Figures and Characters of Residential Building in Tuscany, in the Context of Sustainability) (Noèdizioni, 2008), of Spazio, Luce, Architettura (Space, Light, Architecture) (Noèdizioni, 2009), of La forma della luce (The Shape of Light) (Noèdizioni, 2015), and several articles and papers. His works have won awards and been published in leading national and international journals. He is co-founder of ReThink Daylight, an initiative to promote the role of daylight in architectural projects.

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