Rev. Daniel Estivill was born in 1950 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has been an architect since 1974 and served on the faculty of architecture at the National University of Buenos Aires. He was ordained a priest in 1982 and was Professor of Iconography and Iconology in the Pontifical Gregorian University of Rome from 1997 to 2014.
Articles by Daniel Estivill
In order to celebrate the new churches built in the Diocese of Rome at the start of the third millennium, a book was published, entitled Churches in the Roman Periphery 2000–2013: From the Great Jubilee to the Constantinian Year.1 In presenting the publication, Professor Antonio Paolucci noted in his article with the title Ancora manca il modello (A paradigm is still missing), “When is a building destined for worship . . . just right? That is, when can we define it as being altogether beautiful, functional and symbolically effective?”2