Italian architect and illustrator Fabio Barilari thinks that falling in love with a place is like falling in love with a person, it happens in the same way and can take the same time: it’s irrational, intimate and intangible. Fabio is well known for his illustrations of architecture, streets, squares, designed objects, spontaneous objects, details; all those things which define the character and personality of a place and shape the mood of people passing by, even briefly.

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Courtesy of Fabio Barilari

“The word “Sense”, used in the title, stands for “meaning” but also as “the ability to perceive” and therefore to “be alive”. Il Senso delle Cose (The Sense of Things) is therefore a way to describe with illustrations, the soul of places, of locations, the objects found there and the memories cherished; it’s a a photograph of what the Latin people called genius loci.”


Courtesy of Fabio Barilari

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