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International Journal of Architecture and Engineering

The Archived Designs for the ‘Restoration’ of the House of D’Annunzio in Pescara
There are 93 designs of the house where Gabriele d’Annunzio was born preserved in the archives of‘The Shrine of Italian Victories’, a hillside estate in Gardone Riviera. This corpus of graphicdocuments, coupled with another 51 designs registered in the State Archives of Pescara, has enabledthe creation of a satisfactory framework, at times summary, at times very detailed, of what took placein the house, which is now a national monument, between 1921 and 1937.The designs were drawn up by the engineer Antonino Liberi, the architect Giancarlo Maroni and theCivil Engineering Department of Pescara in order to make the house considerably more comfortableby means of a substantial restoration. The critical reading and attentive analysis of these designs haveshed light on their quality and also stand as witness to a series of problems which the restorationfaced as well as to the final settlement.
pagine: 45-55
DOI: 10.4399/97888548778564
data pubblicazione: Novembre 2014
editore: Aracne