some emergent markets


Piazza Farnese, you need some help. by Daphne Lasky
June 11, 2010, 4:56 pm
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From the official New York Times review of Piazza Farnese:

This is one of those enchanted clearings in the urban forest you find only in Rome — a cobbled square with a Renaissance palace filling one side, a church wedged into a corner, a patchwork of ocher palaces in various states of decay completing the periphery…. The effect is unbelievably exquisite.


Frankly, we beg to differ. At night, the piazza becomes a bit of a carpark, and we think someone should do something about it. The gradients of (nighttime) occupation of the nearby Campo de Fiori might offer some ideas. Stay tuned…


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[…] 18, 2010, 12:11 pm Filed under: Rome | Tags: Farnese, network, photo, urban patterns As seen in an earlier post on Piazza Farnese, it needs some help.  We would love to see it lively with crowds like the nearby Campo de’ […]

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