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Baldi House

Rome, Italy
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Baldi House can be considered, as explained in modern architecture Inhibitions, the manifesto of the "listening poetic" by Paolo Portoghesi. Next to the house are the remains of a Roman tomb, which over the centuries had made similar to a "trunk surrounded by a giant plant roots". Baldi house originates from the inverted architecture process that leads to ruin. House Baldi walls are opened under the pressure of the wind, creating a deflected geometry and windows become agreement between the surfaces, through which we grasp the landscape.

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