Vieraskynä – Corviale

Throughout the Modernist era, architects tested concepts and created building prototypes. Buildings were regarded as living machines, that were ought to generate well-being to its users. In Lähiöblog’s first Guest Pen (Vieraskynä) we take a deeper look at one of the utopian creations of that time: Corviale, also known as Serpentone due to its huge dimensions. The blog post is written by Francesca Geremia. It is a shortened version of an essay Francesca wrote for Tampere University’s Urban Planning and Design Theory course, to which she participated in […]