by Umberto Pagano – When wandering around a Vietnamese city, one cannot fail to be intrigued by the conformation of many residential buildings, the so-called nhà ống (literally “tube houses”). Why they are so called is understandable at first glance.
by Cleto Corposanto – At the beginning of the 1970s, I was recently living in Trento as student […]
by Umberto Pagano, exclusive for The diagonales – IMPRINTING Imprinting My first, deep, contact with Berlin happened long […]
by Cleto Corposanto – Travelling in Siberia. The magic architecture of Tomsk.
by Cleto Corposanto – Traveling is above all an opportunity for thought. An act of meditation before action. […]
by Umberto Pagano, exclusive for The diagonales – 11 DAYS There is no doubt that the relationship that […]
by Cleto Corposanto – To cross a border – even symbolically – is very often like immersing ourselves in another culture, in a place that awaits us statically, with its own prerogatives, that asks us to “acclimatize”, to adapt to the new situation.
by Cleto Corposanto – In short, Cape Town represents my personal baptism with southern Africa, in this South Africa with 11 official languages to represent the great union project wanted by Nelson Mandela by all the ancient tribes living in the great South African territory.