Building a Personal Roman Topography

Hilderbrand's research, exhibited under the title "Building a Personal Roman Topography," concerns a series of drawings, montages and maps of the physical and mythical city of Rome.

 After Cruyl's Pianta Di Roma: Antiche Come Moderne


The studies are based on the vibrant traditions of topographic views and cartography in Rome, infused with his own imperfect, anecdotal experience of the city itself.

 Imperiale: Return of the Velian Hill


The work was completed during a one-year fellowship, the Rome Prize in Landscape Architecture, at the American Academy in Rome.

 Fontana di Acqua Paula

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Material Performance: Fibrous Tectonics & Architectural Morphology
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