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Italo-Australian Transnational Houses: Culture and Built Heritage as a Tool for Cultural Continuity
( Scientific & Academic Publishing , 2015 , Article)
(The Problem) The classical theorist Vitruvius celebrates architecture as an expression of societies’ cultural factors where culture has a determinant role in shaping built forms. Despite this notion of architecture has ...
The Symbolic Realm of Italian Migrants’ Post-WWII Houses in Australia
( Routledge , 2018 , Article)
The Post-WWII period witnessed a large immigration flow of Italians towards Australia. This was facilitated by the assisted passage scheme funded by the Italian and Australian governments. Italian migrants, as well as ...
Italo-australian transnational houses: Built forms enhancing social capital
( ArchNet , 2016 , Article)
The literature reveals that culture, as a way of life, is a factor determining the house's spatial form, which, in turn, can contribute to the construction and/or enhancement of social capital. Scholars also stress that ...