A very particular approach in the colonial architecture scene of Maghreb is to be found in post-war Tunisia, where a team of architects led by Bernard Zehrfuss focused on the issue of post-conflict reconstruction in an unedited way: a repertoire of figures, lights and shadows derived from the vernacular Tunisian architecture was composed, by using traditional technics, in order to adapt the constructing criteria to the lack of materials and the necessity of employing artisanal labor force.

Ri-costruire il Patrimonio. Esperienze di progetto nella Tunisia del dopoguerra

Eliana Martinelli
2019-01-01

Abstract

A very particular approach in the colonial architecture scene of Maghreb is to be found in post-war Tunisia, where a team of architects led by Bernard Zehrfuss focused on the issue of post-conflict reconstruction in an unedited way: a repertoire of figures, lights and shadows derived from the vernacular Tunisian architecture was composed, by using traditional technics, in order to adapt the constructing criteria to the lack of materials and the necessity of employing artisanal labor force.
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