From the 1920s onwards, in Italy there is an overall reorganization of the forms of social and health assistance aimed at a general overcoming of the liberal model in favor of public initiatives in the framework of the reform that the Fascist State started in 1923, in particular for children in the tuberculosis treatment and prophylaxis sector. The complex of initiatives aimed at the care and education of young people implies an update of the typological and func-tional models of reference, up to then mainly attributable to the collective dwellings of more ancient tradition, convents and colleges, up to the birth of new building types. This process also involves orphanages: the new functional objectives include the coexistence of residential, school, sports and training functions, as well as new distribution morphological structures. By articulating and merging together elements of the college, school, sanatorium, etc. the availability of reinforced concrete technology for the creation of large and flexible spaces for collective use is experimented in a modernist spirit. Within the framework of a specific social program promoted by O.N.P.M.I. for "the physical and moral assistance of war orphans" is the work of the architect Vittorio Paron, designer of several orphanages, including the one created at Antrodoco in the 1950s when Don Minozzi was at the head of the organization. The goal of this contribution is to report the results of the validation of an operative methodology elaborated in the complex of the research activity on the topics of refurbishment, in particular also of the specific typologies of the twentieth century Italian architecture, in particular those for collective housing.
|Titolo:||L’Orfanotrofio Don Minozzi ad Antrodoco. Una metodologia per il recupero e riuso delle tipologie specialistiche dell’architettura italiana del Novecento.|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|