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Totally Riviera è un viaggio sulla costa romagnola alla scoperta delle colonie di stampo razionalista, dove i figli dei lavoratori del regime trascorrevano le vacanze estive e i bimbi di salute cagionevole potevano ricevere cure idroterapiche. Un itinerario potente che raccorda 8 gigantesche architetture totalitarie arenate sulla spiaggia, simboli del 900 ed elementi in contrasto con l’urbanizzazione sfrenata che le ha inglobate e al contempo isolate.
L’itinierario è stato creato in collaborazione con Rivista Seigradi.
I luoghi di questo itinerario fanno anche parte di Totally Lost, un progetto aperto a cura di Spazi Indecisi che ha preso il via nel 2013 con lo scopo di scoprire e fotografare il patrimonio architettonico abbandonato dei regimi totalitari europei del 900.
 
Graphic design: Federico Santolini

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    • CONSTRUCTION YEAR: 1934


    • SPACE TYPE: Holiday camp

    • PRESERVATION STATUS: Abandoned

    Designed by engineer Peveralli, the Federazione Fascista di Novara summer camp was built between 1933 and 1934. This long single block running parallel to the beach is closed at each end by rounded sections reminiscent of a ship. The building is divi [...]

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    • CONSTRUCTION YEAR: 1911


    • SPACE TYPE: Holiday camp

    • PRESERVATION STATUS: Abandoned

    Designed by architect Giulio Marcovigi in 1911 and named after the famous pathologist Augusto Murri, it was used between the two World Wars to house and care children affected by scofolosi. Later it hosted also poor children [...]

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    Designed by engineer Oscar Giorgi, the Ferrovieri summer camp was built between 1929 and 1931. It was one of the most important holiday camp in Romagna, open all year round and completely autonomous.It is surrounded by a large park that represents on [...]

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    • CONSTRUCTION YEAR: 1932


    • SPACE TYPE: Holiday camp

    • PRESERVATION STATUS: Ruin

    The Fascio Bolognese summer camp was constructed in 1931 - 1932 by engineer Ildebrando Tabarroni. The four brick pavilions with plastered base are set perpendicular to the beach. They housed the dormitories, with refectories in a semi- basement floor [...]

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    • CONSTRUCTION YEAR: 1939


    • SPACE TYPE: Holiday camp

    • PRESERVATION STATUS: Abandoned

    The holiday camp is dedicated to Costanzo Ciano, and was built between 1937 and 1939 on a project by the engineer Mario Loreti, for the "Federazione dei Fasci" of the Varese province. This is a monumental building, characterized by volumes and smo [...]

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    • CONSTRUCTION YEAR: 1939


    • SPACE TYPE: Holiday camp

    • PRESERVATION STATUS: Abandoned

    Designed by Eugenio Faludi with the technical office of the Società Montecatini, and built in 1939. A huge tower with ramps for gymnastic displays rose 55 metres above ground level and the arch at the gates was designed as a miniature version of the [...]

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    • CONSTRUCTION YEAR: 1934


    • SPACE TYPE: Holiday camp

    • PRESERVATION STATUS: Ruin

    Designed by engineer Costantini and built in just 3 months in 1934, the Amos Maramotti summer camp is composed of three buildings set in staggered fashion on a diagonal to the coastline. This ensured an east- west orientation giving greater exposure [...]

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    • CONSTRUCTION YEAR: 1938


    • SPACE TYPE: Holiday camp

    • PRESERVATION STATUS: Under-used

    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 [...]

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