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From: Stephen Lauf
To: www.archinect.com/forum
Subject: Piranesi's Campo Marzio
Date: 2003.01.22 21:30

I'm curious as to what is being taught about Piranesi's Campo Marzio plan in architecture schools these days. I'm well aware of what Tafuri has written, and how Allen, Bloomer and Eisenman have simply reiterated Tafuri, thus I'd like to know if anything else is being taught.

In 1999, I discovered that there are indeed two printed versions of the Ichnographia Campus Martius (and published my findings of the heretofore unnoticed Ichnographia at various places online). This discover came after 10 years of heavily researching the plan, and my findings indicate that Tafuri et al are just plain wrong as to what Piransi's Campo Marzio is all about. For example, is anyone explaining the Campo Marzio as the mnemonic, reenactionary devise that it really is?


As far as I know, the above text is the first thing I ever posted at archinect/forum. My last post at archinect/forum appeared within Concept that made your heart sing at 2019.01.03 20:08:

"An attack and a fight are not the same thing. I was attacked on several fronts, and all I did was to civilly respond. And I don't appreciate being labeled a bum or a homeless dude. I've worked very hard my whole life, and right now I'm in the midst of what is probably the hardest job of my life so far, taking round-the-clock care of a very unwell person that is presently getting slightly worst as each day goes by. And whatever I have accomplished within the realm of architecture I've done completely on my own. Just sayin'"

I'm guessing the sixteen years of my interactions within archinect/forum produced well over 10,000 posts, and they're all eventually being re-presented here in chronological order, starting at the beginning or quondam.com/79 index.





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