Adriatic, the least Italian coast

by Manuel Orazi

Stefan Giftthaler’s photo 

If recently there is a certain planning ferment in Pesaro, the next capital of Italian culture in 2024, and in Fano, with the project of a new library by Mario Cucinella and the new carnival venue by Italo Rota, the rest of the coast is not brilliant for major recent works, if not for the project of a continuous Adriatic cycle path, impossible to build on the Tyrrhenian Sea.  

A happy exception is represented by Giovanni Vaccarini from Pescara, who has been able to combine vernacular, artistic and ecological suggestions by pouring them into his architecture, all scattered along the coast:

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