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Sandro Mussolini (AGIP) Holiday Camp A view to the sea at every time of the day

Sandro Mussolini (AGIP) Holiday Camp

Viale Giosuè Carducci, 196 Cesenatico (FC) Italy
ARCHITECTS NAME: Giulio Vaccaro

  • CONSTRUCTION YEAR: 1938


  • SPACE TYPE: Holiday camp

  • PRESERVATION STATUS: Under-used

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The holiday camp was built to host the children of the AGIP (the Italian company for fuel research and distribution) employees, on a project by Giuseppe Vaccaro, a follower of Le Corbusier.

The construction works began in August 1937 and they were completed in July 1938. The main principle guiding the project was to give the young hosts a view to the sea at every time of the day.

The holiday camp is open, but  accessible in its inside only  on the occasion of particular events.

Source www.cesenatico.it

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