In pages dense with theory, somewhere between a pamphlet and a statement of poetics, a great architect poses questions on the pursuit of foundations and on the specific nature of his craft.
Vittorio Gregotti has worked all over the world. He has conceived, amongst others, projects in Berlin, Lisbon, Barcelona, Paris, as well as throughout Italy. He has taught in many European and American Universities and is currently professor at the Faculty of Architecture in Venice. For fourteen years he was director of "Casabella" and has written numerous books.