Edited by Marco Biagi in the Documenti di architettura series, the Pierre-Louis Faloci monograph Architettura, Educazione allo Sguardo revisits the architect's work and cites the links between his projects and films. Also containing a critical appraisal by Joseph Abram, the book features study sketches and photographs of Faloci's built works, recording his most significant achievements.
Faloci’s buildings are always firmly rooted in their settings, integrating into the historical-structural context and juxtaposed to nature and landscape. Each project becomes an opportunity to analyse and examine the history and the “stories” of the site, in search of traces, metrics, logic and forgotten meanings, to be rediscovered and used as a conceptual and compositional framework. His language is clearly modern, abstract, almost minimalist, featuring beams, pillars, horizontal and vertical planes, simple volumes, neutral and abstract surfaces, black and white, shiny, opaque and transparent, unfettered by the materials used, combined with essentially functional and syntactic structures and systems; never quite reaching the fullness of symbols nor the complexity of allegories.