Architecture


Italian Architecture in the Dodecanese

Italian Architecture in the Dodecanese

The occupation of the Dodecanese Visitors to the Dodecanese, that group of Greek Islands off the coast of Turkey are often surprised at the extent the modernist and art deco buildings which remain as a result of the occupation of these islands by Italy from 1912 to 1943. Extensive work was ...


Florestano di Fausto’s work in Rhodes

Born at Rocca Canterano, a small village outside Rome, Florestano di Fausto (16.07.1890 – 11.01.1965) was an engineer, an architect and a politician. He served as a technical consultant to the Ministero degli Affari Esteri, where he designed and constructed numerous Italian diplomatic offices throughout Eastern and Western Europe, South ...


Amaranteios School

Amaranteios School

The Amaranteios School of Rhodes is a tile roofed, stone build house, comprised of a ground floor and a basement. It is a fine example of the neoclassical architectural style, with a large main entrance located in the middle of the façade, in a wide recess framed by four columns. ...