Galleria Antonia Jannone (corso Garibaldi 125) presents about twenty watercolors, collages, pen and pencil drawings for a look at the genesis of some of the later architectural works of this great master, and his way of designing with colors.Not study notes or simple sketches, then, but carefully prepared works on paper, in which Aldo Rossi developed his thinking about certain buildings, including: the school of Cantù (1986-1994) and the Letzipolis shopping center in Zurich (1995), the hospital and office complex of Hasselt (1992-1996), the Palazzo dello Sport, Milan (1988), the Marburg Museum (1987) and the Monument to Sandro Pertini in Milan (1988-1990). The show has been produced with the support of the heirs and Fondazione Aldo Rossi.