L’invisibile linea rossa


L’invisibile linea rossa (The invisible red line) is a collection of unpublished essays of some of the great interpreters of contemporary architecture, with an appendix by Antonio Negri on Rem Koolhaas.

From Yona Friedman to Thom Mayne, from Peter Eisenman to Vito Acconci, Bernard Tschumi, Elias Zenghelis, Greg Lynn, Diller-Scofidio … They are all ‘cultivators of ideas’, united by their participation in the meetings held by the Osservatorio Architettura of the Targetti Foundation since 2004 as opportunities for discussion of the complex phenomena related to the world of architecture, with this book providing an expression and testimony.
The discourses that are collected here and the critical contributions that accompany them, though very different in language and inspiration, all seem linked by a thin red line, the search for an answer to an implied question: what it means to be an architect today.
L’invisibile linea rossa (The invisible red line), edited by the Targetti Foundation, is published by Quodlibet.