April 13, 2005

Rome, a city steeped in history for the arts has always been cautious of investing in contemporary architectural design. This is a city whose practice is has been to preserve rather than experiment with the many architectural styles throughout the ages. However legislative moves seem to want to reverse this trend yet still preserving the long standing culture of architecture.

I think it all started with the Rome 2000 Church by Richard Meier

for more see the nytimes

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