The Adalberto Libera's Scuola elementare of Trento
is an early example of adaptation to the historical
nature of the site by one of the best Italian rationalist architects. The ocherous stucco, the bold stair towers,
and the rhythmic pattern of windows of large size and deep sills, are just some of the strategies used in the
new building to sympathize with the old city's fortress.
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