Prof. Pisani’s Architecture

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Prof. Pisani’s Architecture

Confabulations: Storytelling in Architecture An article by Prof. Franco Pisani appears in “Confabulations: Storytelling in Architecture”, a Routledge book recently edited by Paul Emmons, Marcia F. Feuerstein, and Carolina Dayer (click here to purchase the book).  “Confabulation” is about drawing things together through storytelling. The way we join fractured experiences into a narrative is key to our

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New Insights into an Old Bridge

Read about the architectural design and project management by Arch. Carlo Achilli (ISI Florence, Coordinator of the RWU Architecture Program).  Click Here (PDF) The medieval “merchant” door reopened on the Ponte Vecchio  

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A Local Artist in a City Full of Art

The Intercultural Communication Course Blog Authors: Jessica Morgan (UConn), Isaac Siegel(UConn), and Rebecca Sorensen (Penn State)   We decided to talk to a local artist and try to find out what inspires him in a city so full of inspiration. Tiziano Lucchesi is an artist. To his students he goes simply by “T” and it is

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