The Italian Healthcare architecture in the early 1900s and particularly the tuberculosis sanatoriums in the 1930s, which are not yet recognized as architectural goods to be protected, run the risk, either for incongruous destinations or aban-donment, to lose their cultural identity. Conservation and rehabilitation strategies within the ideology of the Modern Move-ment are examined through the emblematic case of the "G.F. Ingrassia" ex sanatorium, today used as one of the medical centre of Palermo and subject to substantial spatial and formal transformations, which in part compromised the original image.

IDENTITÀ CULTURALE E RIUSO DEI SANATORI ANTITUBERCOLARI L’ex Sanatorio “G.F. Ingrassia” di Giuseppe Vittorio Ugo

Tiziana Basirico
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Abstract

The Italian Healthcare architecture in the early 1900s and particularly the tuberculosis sanatoriums in the 1930s, which are not yet recognized as architectural goods to be protected, run the risk, either for incongruous destinations or aban-donment, to lose their cultural identity. Conservation and rehabilitation strategies within the ideology of the Modern Move-ment are examined through the emblematic case of the "G.F. Ingrassia" ex sanatorium, today used as one of the medical centre of Palermo and subject to substantial spatial and formal transformations, which in part compromised the original image.
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