La otra orilla del océano. Restauración y pasado en Estados Unidos

Autores/as

  • Donatella Fiorani Sapienza Università di Roma

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4995/loggia.2013.3165

Palabras clave:

Restauración, Estados Unidos, Identidad, Significado, Autenticidad

Resumen

Observar la experiencia estadounidense desde una posición europea nos permite entender las razones que han conducido en una cultura occidental similar a un sentimiento diverso frente al patrimonio construido del pasado, y captar tanto las diferencias como las posibles convergencias que podrían estimular la investigación y la tutela en ambas orillas del Atlántico. Con este objetivo, la autora realiza una doble aproximación a textos y a ejemplos paradigmáticos de edificios históricos en un intento de ofrecer una visión concisa. Se pretende describir la naturaleza de la arquitectura estadounidense del pasado, el rol particular desempeñado por el Movimiento Moderno en el establecimiento de una identidad figurativa nacional, la especificidad de la historiografía y la restauración arquitectónica así como el significado asignado a conceptos como tiempo, memoria y autenticidad.

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Biografía del autor/a

Donatella Fiorani, Sapienza Università di Roma

Arquitecta y profesora

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