C+S speak about their approach to architecture through the description of the Law-Court offices in Venice
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"Venice has no ground to be inscribed. As Carl Schmitt poetically writes, unlike the earth, which is "written" through the topographies of cultural activity and where products and rights are returned, the water, though bearing fruits, cannot be inscribed by ships, which leave no trace of their passage.
Venice is a territory constantly undergoing a process of writing and erasure..."
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C.Cappai, M.A.Segantini, LCV, in <<Log>> n. 29, Fall 2013, pp. 120-1313.1 MB