字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - [Host] La Scarzuola began as a Franciscan monastery, but today, it's an architectural wonderland. In the 1950s, an architect named Tomaso Buzzi purchased La Scarzuola in Terni, Italy, with the intention of turning it into his own ideal city. Each work is carefully thought out and built to represent an inner thought of Tomaso. He considered this his autobiography in stone. La Scarzuola was formed by seven theaters representing Tomaso's notion that the ideal life is symbolically theatrical. Influenced by Dali and Escher, his style is a blend of surrealistic architecture, and neo mannerist elements which can be felt in the general unbalance and disproportionate feel of the place. These elements are meant to reflect Tomaso's passionate belief that life is both mysterious and perplexing. After Tomaso passed in 1981, his nephew continued to work on La Scarzuola to complete his uncle's vision, allowing Tomaso's ideal city to live on.