Secchi: A New Ethic for a New Idea of the City


Berlin is perhaps the most famous case. But all of Central and Eastern Europe is becoming an open construction site. New urban life experiences are being created and the most innovative architectural projects are becoming almost routine. One of Italy’s leading architects explains that there is no lack of creativity, but there is also no overall plan. And now it’s the time for institutions and urban planners to begin thinking seriously.

Berlin is perhaps the most famous case. But all of Central and Eastern Europe is becoming an open construction site. New urban life experiences are being created and the most innovative architectural projects are becoming almost routine. One of Italy’s leading architects explains that there is no lack of creativity, but there is also no overall plan. And now it’s the time for institutions and urban planners to begin thinking seriously.

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