Ideal City Prof. Dr. Massimiliano Nuccio
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  • culture and the city The Ideal CityPhoto 1 (text) “Despina can be reached in two ways: by ship or by camel. The city displays one face to the traveler arriving overland and a different one to him who arrives by sea. When the camel driver sees, at the horizon of the tableland, the pinnacles of the skyscrapers come into view, the radar antennae, the white and red wind-socks flapping, the chimneys belching smoke, he thinks of a ship; he knows it is a city, but he thinks of it as a vessel that will take him away from the desert, a windjammer about to cast off, with the breeze already swelling the sails, not yet unfurled, or a steamboat with its boiler vibrating in the iron keel; and he thinks of all the ports, the foreign merchandise the cranes unload on the docks, the taverns where crews of different flags break bottles over one another’s heads, the lighted, ground-floor windows, each with a woman combing her hair. In the coastline’s haze, the sailor discerns the form of a camel’s withers, an embroidered saddle with glittering fringe between two spotted humps, advancing and swaying; he knows it is a city, but he thinks of it as a camel from whose pack hang wine-skins and bags of candied fruit, date wine, tobacco leaves, and already he sees himself at the head of a long caravan taking him away from the desert of the sea, toward oases of fresh water in the palm trees’ jagged shade, toward palaces of thick, whitewashed walls, tiled courts where girls are dancing barefoot, moving their arms, half-hidden by their veils, and half-revealed. Each city receives its form from the desert it opposes; and so the camel driver and the sailor see Despina, a border city between two deserts.”  (Italo Calvino, Invisibles Cities, 1972)
  • Live Music Capital of the World®AUSTINculture and the City Entertainment CityPhoto 1 http://www.travelmamas.com/wordpress/tag/austin/
  • Shibuya DistrictTOKYOculture and the City Entertainment CityPhoto 2http://www.sharewonders.com/the-district-of-shibuya-in-tokyo/
  • Saadiyat Island (Development Model)ABU DABHIculture and the City The Iconic CityPhoto 1http://www.constructionweekonline.com/article-16105-saadiyat-island-labour-conditions-improving--hrw/#.UMdE0YM0v_0
  • West Kowloon Cultural District (Conceptual PlanOption Exhibition City Park Foster & Partners)HONG KONGculture and the City The Iconic CityPhoto 2 http://www.panoramio.com/photo/40810596
  • Olympics Games 2012LONDONculture and the city The Event Cityhttp://www.theobserver.ca/2012/07/26/anxiety-reigns-in-london-on-eve-of-games
  • “Acqua alta” , Piazza S. MarcoVENICEculture and the city The Heritage Cityhttp://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Acqua_alta_in_Piazza_San_Marco-original.jpg
  • Bansky, 2011, Canary WharfLONDONculture and the city The Creative CityPhoto 1http://streetartlondon.co.uk/blog/2011/12/12/banksy-out-stock/
  • Stay Free! Magazine, 2005NEW YORKculture and the city The Creative CityPhoto 2 http://theskillman.blogspot.de/2008_06_01_archive.html
  • Favela de Paraisópolis,Sao PauloCulture and the City The Multicultural CityPhoto 1http://www.escoladopovo.org/a-primeira-favela-do-brasil-que-vai-erradicar-o-analfabetismo/
  • Balat, Greek and Jewish QuarterISTANBULculture and the City The Multicultural CityPhoto 2 http://www.visit2istanbul.com/istanbul-balat/
  • Pixadores S. PAULOPixadoresSAO PAULOculture and the city The Subaltern CityPhoto 1http://loumanolit.canalblog.com/archives/2010/09/23/19034567.html
  • Pottery Production, Dharavi slum,MUMBAIculture and the City -The Subaltern CityPhoto 2 by Heike Leiacker (she is a student of mine)