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Ponte sul Basento, Potenza
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  • Like any work of art the comment is very subjective. Jump right out at you the elasticity of concrete forms: a stark contrast between the harshness of the raw material and the sinuosity of the desired form. The choice of interesting material as well as the fact that they leave it unfinished, as if to give a continuity between the concrete of the city, dominating with its buildings, and nature that approaches to the suburbs. The form, however, as if to resemble a tree trunk (such as those processed). Uninteresting, instead, choosing to illuminate it with the colors of the Italian flag on the underside (not enhance the cement forms) and even less interesting choice to illuminate it over with white lights that blinds it while driving. Hands off these works! The Administration should resume action.
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  • in a city not very nice as my power there are few things that are worth seeing including the bridge on the basento known as ponte musmeci.. A bridge that has taught in modern architecture
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  • A lineage of reinforced concrete devoted to organic synthesis, in a form and portentously fanciful, and not at all free, animated by tension, pushing, loads. Colossal work of engineer Sergio Musmeci, which hasn't always been so great but who here has demonstrated genius.
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