Vol. 1 No. 1 (2024): Disegno fra tradizione e innovazione

Evoluzione del disegno nelle esercitazioni della Scuola di Architettura di Firenze

Marco Bini
University of Florence

Published 2024-07-11


  • Drawing,
  • Teaching,
  • Documentation,
  • Memory,
  • Conservation

How to Cite

Bini, M. (2024). Evoluzione del disegno nelle esercitazioni della Scuola di Architettura di Firenze . TRIBELON Journal of Drawing and Representation of Architecture, Landscape and Environment, 1(1), 96–107. Retrieved from https://riviste.fupress.net/index.php/tribelon/article/view/2861


Having a corpus of graphic documents such as the one we have available, the result of patient selection and careful conservation, allows us to analyze the didactic struc- ture and the forms of transmission of the architectural idea through the comparison of thoughtful, reasoned graphic signs, relating the form with its genesis. A careful exam- ination of the graphic material provides us with particularly significant indications on the attitude and way of conducting a university course of many teachers of the Faculty, since its birth, starting from Giovanni Michelucci, Raffaello Brizzi, Aurelio Cetica, just to mention a few of the the first and most famous teachers of the school, to then reach the generations that followed them: Carlo Maggiora, Italo Gamberini, Nello Baroni and many others. The numerous works that have come down to us allow us to evaluate the change in attitude towards architecture, also allowing us to re-analyse suggestive environments in the immediate surroundings of Florence, with all the variations in the prevalence of the environment as a whole compared to non-architecture. more consid- ered outside of context. The various new regulations of the Faculty of Architecture issued starting from 1968 brought significant changes to the teaching organization, giving new titles to the disciplines and also changing their contents. From the analysis of the preserved drawings it is possible to deduce these mutations which, over the years, have gradually adapted to new scientific, cultural and professional needs.