A walk in the rationalistic architecture of Sabaudia


Sabaudia, in Southern Latium on the Tirreno sea, is a small city built in only 253 days and inaugurated in 1935, under the fascist regime. Eugenio Montuori, Alfredo Scalpelli, Luigi Piccinato and Gino Cancellotti were the four rationalist architects who in 1933 won the national competition for its design. Italian rationalism is an architectural trend that developed in Italy in…

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