A rich selection of drawings dated 1943-1945 and dedicated to the ideal city by the architect Leonardo Savioli is exhibited at the Archivio di Stato in Florence. The exhibition let us catch the philosophy which inspired the urban structure as it was drawn and described in a highly poetic way by Savioli: the planning idea of the man seen in his complexity both protagonist and spectator of the space he lives in. The space is perceived, analysed and built in simple and universal elements: the street, the river, the nature, the square, the colours of things. The exhibition is organized and edited by the Archivio di Stato in Florence, which has recently acquired the collection of the great architect.
Exhibition space :Archivio di Stato di Firenze, Viale Giovine Italia, 6
Opening time: Monday to Friday 9.30-12.30 / 15.30-18 - Saturday 9.30-12.30 - Closed Sundays and holidays
For information and booking of guided tours: Cooperativa Servizi Culturali Sigma, Viale Gramsci, 9/A - 50121 Firenze Monday to Friday 9.00-13.00/14.30-18.00 - tel. 055 2478436 fax 055 244145