“A complete project” Gregotti e Associati 1953-2017 at PAC Milano

On the occasion of the ninety years of Vittorio Gregotti, the PAC celebrates the career of the great Italian architect with an anthological exhibition, recounting his extensive activity in over sixty years of projects in Italy and abroad.

 

Sezione introduttiva sul tema dell’ecologia del tempo libero per la XIII Triennale, Milano, 1964 Sala del Caleidoscopio

Sezione introduttiva sul tema dell’ecologia del tempo libero per la XIII Triennale, Milano, 1964 Sala del Caleidoscopio

 

The exhibition inaugurates a new programming line with which the PAC, during the winter period, will celebrate the great Italian masters of architecture and design, placing their work in relation to the Pavilion as an exemplary monument of our modernism. The sequence of exhibitions will continue in 2018 with the anthology on Enzo Mari and in 2019 with an exhibition dedicated to Ignazio and Jacopo Gardella. (more…)

“An architecture of dialogue” exhibition by Atelier Arcau

In its forthcoming exhibition at Paris’ galerie d’architecture, atelier arcau will present its architectural philosophy and its approach centered round openness and dialogue. The exhibition, from November 2 to December 2, 2017, will explore the firm’s DNA through three sections highlighting major landmarks in the firm’s evolution, exploring both its history and what it could become tomorrow.

 

Immeuble Steelband, Vannes © Hervé Le Reste

Immeuble Steelband, Vannes © Hervé Le Reste

 

French architecture firm atelier arcau was founded in Vannes, on the shores of the Gulf of Morbihan, in 1979. Now one of the largest architecture firms on France’s Atlantic coast, atelier arcau’s attachment to its native Brittany has helped give it the strength to pursue its creative freedom. Run by architects Julien Veyron, Xavier Fraud and Marc Monnier, atelier arcau’s mission is to create unique spaces which are both modern and in harmony with their setting and the local culture. (more…)

“Cité de l’architecture et du Patrimoine” in Paris pays hommage to its donors in a 10th anniversary exhibition

Since the opening of the “City of Architecture and Heritage” in 2007, this institution has grown to be a reference for the dissemination of French architecture. To celebrate its 10th anniversary, the Cité has organized an exhibition, an open forum discussion and many other events and activities to bring the institution closer to the general public.

 

Jean Faugeron (1915 – 1983), architecte - Pavillon de la France à l'Exposition universelle de Montréal, 1967 © Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine / musée des Monuments français / Gaston Bergeret

Jean Faugeron (1915 – 1983), architecte – Pavillon de la France à l’Exposition universelle de Montréal, 1967 © Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine / musée des Monuments français / Gaston Bergeret

 

The Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine in Paris is celebrating a 10-year retrospective exhibition featuring the collection’s highilghts acquisited over the last decade. This important museum, dedicated to the archiving and dissemination of architectural knowledge, is proud to present a selection of projects and assets that have enriched the City’s collection over the last ten years: contemporary models, drawings, digital persepctives stand side by side with antique models, drawings and preliminary sketches of nineteenth and twentieth century architecture.

The exhibition, called “10 ans d’acquisitions (2007 – 2017)” is both a celebration of the diversity of French architecture and an opportunity to rediscover some of it most relevant projects.  (more…)

“Norman Foster. Common Futures” at Espacio Fundación Telefónica

The aim of the exhibition is to popularize the architect’s work and his vision of the future among a wide audience while revealing his sources of inspiration. The exhibition focuses on continuities, transversal variables in Foster’s work, and confirms how the future and the past can inspire the present.

 

Mexico City Airport (2014) © Norman Foster Foundation

Mexico City Airport (2014) © Norman Foster Foundation

 

Since his early works more than half a century ago, Norman Foster’s architecture has sought to employ technical expertise to anticipate the future and to overcome physical and social barriers. Inspired by both historical constructions and scientific progress, his projects reconcile tradition and modernity, urban intelligence and transformative capacity, aesthetic excellence and technological innovation.


 

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“Norman Foster. Common Futures”
October 6, 2017 – February 4, 2018
Espacio Fundación Telefónica
Calle Fuencarral, 3
28004 Madrid

 


On the occasion of the public presentation of his foundation in Madrid, the Norman Foster Foundation, this exhibition – curated by Luis Fernández-Galiano, Senior Professor of Projects at the School of Architecture of the Polytechnic University of Madrid (ETSAM) and Editor of the Spanish magazine AV/Arquitectura Viva – documents twelve recent projects entering into dialogue with similar proposals from previous decades to underline the continuity of his concerns and to bring to light the variety of his interests.

 

Prado Extension (2017-) © Norman Foster Foundation

Prado Extension (2017-) © Norman Foster Foundation

Apple Park (2010-2017) © Norman Foster Foundation

Apple Park (2010-2017) © Norman Foster Foundation

 

From involvement in heritage buildings to habitat projects for the Moon and Mars, Fosters work recovers the memory of the past and anticipates the needs of the future while remaining firmly anchored among the demands and urgencies of the present. All Foster’s proposals – the new work and culture spaces, care for cancer patients and populations lacking infrastructures, sustainable urban development and raised cycle paths – stimulate the endeavour to make our cities more liveable. All with the dominant themes of social awareness, openness to change and innovation.

 

Château Margaux (2009-2015) © Norman Foster Foundation

Château Margaux (2009-2015) © Norman Foster Foundation

Lunar Habitation, 2009 © Norman Foster Foundation

Lunar Habitation, 2009 © Norman Foster Foundation

 

Thus, this Norman Foster exhibition in Spain is held under the auspices of Fundación Telefónica at Espacio Fundación Telefónica, a building which was a paradigm of innovation in its day, the first skyscraper to be built in Spain, whose impressive structure is highlighted by the montage of the display. It is also appropriate for its central area to be occupied by a set of machines at the service of movement – from the bicycle to the space capsule – which are, in turn, an inspiration for these lightweight architectures and a symbol of a fast-paced world undergoing constant change.

 

Cockpit 1963 © Norman Foster Foundation

Cockpit 1963 © Norman Foster Foundation

Fred Olsen Amenity Building 1968-1970 © Norman Foster Foundation

Fred Olsen Amenity Building 1968-1970 © Norman Foster Foundation

Barn Drawings (1958) © Norman Foster Foundation

Barn Drawings (1958) © Norman Foster Foundation

Carré-d’Art-1984-1993 © Norman Foster Foundation

Carré-d’Art-1984-1993 © Norman Foster Foundation

Droneport 2015 © Norman Foster Foundation

Droneport 2015 © Norman Foster Foundation

 

In addition, in the twelve sections of the exhibition, we can run through Fosters ideas on different topics of social interest, following an itinerary which begins with a reflection on the past and ends with the future, taking in culture, work, well-being and sustainability. Each section presents a recent project together with another from his initial period, demonstrating the continuity of these features in his architecture, constantly focused on the prefiguration of a common future.

TWELVE DIALOGUES. TWELVE POSSIBLE FUTURES

  1.  The future of the past. Barn drawings (1958) – Château Margaux (2009)
    We need the past as nutritional support for the present. Our understanding and our emotions live off our memories, but creative activity also uses experience as a source of inspiration.
  2. The future of culture. Carré D´Art Nîmes (1984) – Prado Museum Extension (2016)
    Culture is constructed upon the solid foundations of inherited heritage, together with new strata of interpretation and creation.
  3. The future of the form. Willis Faber (1971) – Bloomberg (2010)
    The architectural form should not be a flight of fancy or a desire to attract attention by means of extravagance. Instead, it should respond to an internal logic integrating composition and construction, the shortest route towards a beauty which is often difficult to grasp or define.
  4. The future of the function. Functionalism. Sainsbury Centre (1974) – Casa de Gobierno Buenos Aires (2010)
    New works should have sufficient flexibility to adapt to the functional changes required in the future.
  5. The future of work. Olsen Offices (1969) – Apple Campus 2 (2009)
    Robotization and mechanization will radically transform the future of work, but the spaces which house it will also undergo substantial changes.
  6. The future of welfare. Palmerston Special School (1973) – Maggie Centre (2013)
    Architecture does not only address the dimensions and needs of the standard person codified in the ergonomic manuals; instead, it should be able to provide welfare for other subjects, for the sick and those who suffer from some kind of disability.

 

"Norman Foster. Common Futures" exhibition view © Telefonica Foundation

“Norman Foster. Common Futures” exhibition view © Telefonica Foundation

 

  1. The future of building and architecture. Climatroffice (1971) – Mexico City Airport (2014)
    The history of architecture eloquently demonstrates the commitment of the construction of any age to overcome its own limits, setting itself increasingly ambitious challenges.
  2. The future of technology. Droneport (2015) – Autonomous House (1982)
    The best technique is not the most complex one, but rather the most appropriate one.
  3. The future of mobility. Of transport. Bilbao Metro (1988) – SkyCycle London (2013)
    Improving urban mobility by making it less wasteful of energy and time is a priority for any civil governance, and this is a task to which urban planning and architecture can contribute.
  4. The future of sustainability. Masdar Development (2007) – Gomera (1975)
    There is, perhaps, no more important issue nowadays than the transformation of our economic and territorial model to make it more sustainable.
  5. The future of the networks. Collserola (1988) – Thames Hub (2011)
    The design of the nodes of these networks acquires singular importance, because their capacity and effectiveness condition the volume and dynamism of physical and computer-based flows.
  6. The future of the future. Cockpit (1964) – Moon (2012)/Mars (2015)
    The space agencies are exploring the possibility of building habitats on the Moon and Mars, embodying the long-standing dream of mapping terrestrial life forms beyond our planet.

 

"Norman Foster. Common Futures" exhibition view © Telefonica Foundation

“Norman Foster. Common Futures” exhibition view © Telefonica Foundation

"Norman Foster. Common Futures" exhibition view © Telefonica Foundation

“Norman Foster. Common Futures” exhibition view © Telefonica Foundation

"Norman Foster. Common Futures" exhibition view © Telefonica Foundation

“Norman Foster. Common Futures” exhibition view © Telefonica Foundation

 

LORD NORMAN FOSTER

After graduating from the University of Manchester School of Architecture and City Planning in 1961, Norman Foster won a Henry Fellowship to attend Yale University, where he was a student at Jonathan Edwards College, obtaining a master’s degree in Architecture.

In 1967 he created Foster Associates, which later became Foster + Partners, where he continues to serve as Executive President. In 1999 he became the 21st recipient of the Pritzker Architecture Prize and, in 2002, he was awarded the Praemium Imperiale for Architecture in Tokyo. In 2009 he won the 29th Prince of Asturias Award for the Arts and obtained the Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany. In 1997 he was awarded the Order of Merit by the Queen of the United Kingdom and, in 1995, he received the title of Baron Foster of Thames Bank.

 

"Norman Foster. Common Futures" exhibition view © Telefonica Foundation

“Norman Foster. Common Futures” exhibition view © Telefonica Foundation

"Norman Foster. Common Futures" exhibition view © Telefonica Foundation

“Norman Foster. Common Futures” exhibition view © Telefonica Foundation

"Norman Foster. Common Futures" exhibition view © Telefonica Foundation

“Norman Foster. Common Futures” exhibition view © Telefonica Foundation


 

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Alberto Campo Baeza at El Patio Herreriano, Valladolid

The Spanish architect, winner of the BigMat ’15 International Architecture Award Grand Prize presents his work at El Patio Herreriano, a museum and gallery space located in a former monasetry cloister in his hometown, Valladolid, in one one of the most comprehensive retrospective exhibitions of his work to date.

 

Alberto Campo Baeza, Casa De Blas, 2000 © Hisao Suzuki

Alberto Campo Baeza, Casa De Blas, 2000 © Hisao Suzuki

 

The Patio Herreriano Museum and the College of Architects of Valladolid present a comprehensive compilation of the work of the Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza (Valladolid, 1946), featuring plans and models of the architect’s oeuvre.

Under the title of  “Projecting is investigating“, the architect from Valladolid introduces us to his work as a renowned designer, having been exhibited in cities such as Chicago, Rome or New York, as well as showing the relevant work carried out as research professor at the School of Architecture in Madrid (ETSAM). (more…)

“Aldo Rossi and Milan, 1955-1995” at Ordine degli Architetti Milano

The architect’s association’s headquarters in Milan  is hosting the exhibition “Aldo Rossi and Milan, 1955-1995”: an itinerary through original drawings, study models, and documents of one of the most significant figures of Italian architecture of the twentieth century.

 

"Aldo Rossi and Milan, 1955-1995" © Fondazione Aldo Rossi

“Aldo Rossi and Milan, 1955-1995” © Fondazione Aldo Rossi

 

The exhibition reinterprets some of the Milanese projects by Aldo Rossi throughout  40 original works accompanied by study models, writings,  and notes focusing on his work in -and about- the city of Milan, from his training at the Polytechnic in the fifties, his studies for the Scalo Farini presented at the XII Triennale in the early sixties, the Monument to the partisans of Segrate (1965-67) and Monte Amiata Gallaratese (1968-1973), up to the expansion of the airport of Linate and the competition for Bovisa in the nineties. (more…)

“Rafael Moneo. Theory through practice. Archive materials (1961-2016)” at Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum Madrid

The exhibition will bring together a selection of drawings, architectural models and photographs of 46 celebrated buildings by this Spanish architect, including Logroño Town Hall, the Museo Nacional de Arte Romano in Mérida, the extension to Atocha station in Madrid, the Kursaal in San Sebastián, and the Museum of Modern Art and Architecture in Stockholm.

 

National Museum of Roman Art, Merida, Spain, 1980-1986. Pencil on paper. Image © Rafael Moneo Courtesy of Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

National Museum of Roman Art, Merida, Spain, 1980-1986. Pencil on paper. Image © Rafael Moneo Courtesy of Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Having been seen in A Coruña at the exhibition space of the Fundación Barrié – the exhibition’s organisers – and at various international venues, in the spring of 2017 the first major retrospective on Rafael Moneo will arrive at the Museum in Madrid.


 

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“Rafael Moneo. Theory through practice. Archive materials, (1961-2016)”
April 4 – June 11, 2017
Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum Madrid
Paseo del Prado, 8, Madrid
Spain

 


It will bring together a selection of drawings, architectural models and photographs of 46 celebrated buildings by this Spanish architect, including Logroño Town Hall, the Museo Nacional de Arte Romano in Mérida, the extension to Atocha station in Madrid, the Kursaal in San Sebastián, the Museum of Modern Art and Architecture in Stockholm, the cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles, the laboratories at Columbia University, New York, and the extension to the Museo del Prado. Also included are various projects that were never executed but which also illustrate a fundamental part of Moneo’s thinking. In addition, to coincide with the Museum’s 25th anniversary, the exhibition will include a “Thyssen Room” on the remodelling of the Palacio de Villahermosa as the venue to house the ThyssenBornemisza collection in Madrid.

 

National Museum of Roman Art, Merida. Photograph © Michael Moran/OTTO. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

National Museum of Roman Art, Merida. Photograph © Michael Moran/OTTO. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

 

Organised in collaboration with Fundación Barrié and Estudio Rafael Moneo, this major retrospective held for the award- winning Spanish “starchitect” Rafael Moneo, featuring around 250 original drawings, photographs and models from 46 projects spanning his entire career. Organised into six biographical sections, the exhibition sheds light on how Moneo’s unique way of thinking and theories have been central to the development of the recent history of architecture, and how his designs have had tremendous influence on generations of architects. “Rafael Moneo: A Theoretical Reflection from the Professional Practice” tells the story of an architect who sought to define an approach to architectural design based on a strong disciplinary basis amid the ever – changing conditions of his time, and who accepted the difficult position of claiming architecture as a specific form of knowledge.
Atocha. Photography © Michael Moran / Rafael Moneo Courtesy of Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Atocha. Photography © Michael Moran / Rafael Moneo Courtesy of Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Extension to the Museo del Prado, Madrid, 1998-2007. Photographer Michael Moran. © Rafael Moneo. Courtesy Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Extension to the Museo del Prado, Madrid, 1998-2007. Photographer Michael Moran. © Rafael Moneo. Courtesy Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Moneo skillfully applied both traditional Roman construction techniques and contemporary architectural mechanisms, such that the museum came to be the missing link between ancient Roman culture and Mérida today. Other projects
featured include Kursaal, Auditorium and Congress Centre in San Sebastián, Spain (1999). Ignoring conventional architecture, this auditorium and congress centre was designed to become part of the landscape along the coastline. To maintain the proposal’s abstraction, Moneo explored the potential of a material he had never worked with before– glass. It honours the geography, ultimately becoming a well – known cultural landmark in Spain. Another exhibit,
the Prado Museum Extension,Madrid, Spain (2007), shows his outstanding work which breaks free from the limitations of typical building extension construction projects. Instead of a simpleevamp of the museum, it resulted in an intervention to the city.
Building site of the laboratories of Columbia University in the City of New York. Photograph © Duccio Malagamba. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Building site of the laboratories of Columbia University in the City of New York. Photograph © Duccio Malagamba. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, Los Angeles, California, USA, 1996-2002. Wood. © Rafael Moneo, Courtesy Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, Los Angeles, California, USA, 1996-2002. Wood. © Rafael Moneo, Courtesy Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Extension to the City Hall of Murcia, 1991-1998. Ink on paper. Image © Rafael Moneo. Courtesy of Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Extension to the City Hall of Murcia, 1991-1998. Ink on paper. Image © Rafael Moneo. Courtesy of Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Portrait of Rafael Moneo. On the building site of the laboratories of Columbia University in the City of New York. Image ©Rafael Moneo. Courtesy Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Portrait of Rafael Moneo. On the building site of the laboratories of Columbia University in the City of New York. Image ©Rafael Moneo. Courtesy Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Free-hand design. Madrid Opera House, Spain, 1962. Pencil on paper © Rafael Moneo. Courtesy Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Free-hand design. Madrid Opera House, Spain, 1962. Pencil on paper © Rafael Moneo. Courtesy Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Transformer Factory Diestre, Zaragoza, 1964-1967. Photograph © Maspons Ubiña / Rafael Moneo Courtesy of Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Transformer Factory Diestre, Zaragoza, 1964-1967. Photograph © Maspons Ubiña / Rafael Moneo Courtesy of Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Fundación Pilar i Joan Miró, Palma de Mallorca, 1987-1992. Drawing on paper. © Rafael Moneo. Courtesy Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Fundación Pilar i Joan Miró, Palma de Mallorca, 1987-1992. Drawing on paper. © Rafael Moneo. Courtesy Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Kursaal, Auditorium and Conference Center, San Sebastián © Michael Moran/OTTO. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Kursaal, Auditorium and Conference Center, San Sebastián © Michael Moran/OTTO. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Kursaal, overview. Photograph © F.O.A / Rafael Moneo Courtesy of Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Kursaal, overview. Photograph © F.O.A / Rafael Moneo Courtesy of Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Moderna Museet Arkitektur Museet, Estocolmo, Suecia. Fotografía © Michael Moran / Rafael Moneo Cortesía Fundación Barrié. Imagen cortesía de Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Moderna Museet Arkitektur Museet, Estocolmo, Suecia. Fotografía © Michael Moran / Rafael Moneo Cortesía Fundación Barrié. Imagen cortesía de Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Headquarter of Bankinter, Madrid, 1973-1977. Pencil on paper. Image © Rafael Moneo Courtesy Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Headquarter of Bankinter, Madrid, 1973-1977. Pencil on paper. Image © Rafael Moneo Courtesy Fundación Barrié. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Antonio López Aguado, Palace of the Duchess of Villahermosa. Main facade overlooking the Carrera de San Jerónimo, 1805. Private collection. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Antonio López Aguado, Palace of the Duchess of Villahermosa. Main facade overlooking the Carrera de San Jerónimo, 1805. Private collection. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Attributed to Vigilio Rabaglio. Detail of elevation and section of the facade of the palace of Atri, around 1750. Chinese ink and watery on paper. Bellinzona (Switzerland), Archivio di Stato del Cantone Ticino, Fondo Rabaglio. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Attributed to Vigilio Rabaglio. Detail of elevation and section of the facade of the palace of Atri, around 1750. Chinese ink and watery on paper. Bellinzona (Switzerland), Archivio di Stato del Cantone Ticino, Fondo Rabaglio. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Model of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, former Palace of Villahermosa. Madrid, 1989-1992. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Model of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, former Palace of Villahermosa. Madrid, 1989-1992. Image courtesy of Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.


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“Robert Mallet-Stevens” exhibition at CIVA Brussels

The exhibition proposes an itinerary across the work of Mallet-Stevens, richly illustrated by drawings, photos, historical documents, furniture and textiles.

 

Robert Mallet-Stevens  © Robert Mallet-Stevens, CIVA

Robert Mallet-Stevens © Robert Mallet-Stevens, CIVA

 

Robert Mallet-Stevens is one of the major figures of French architecture during the period between WWI and WWII. It is to him that we owe the villa Noailles in Hyères and the villa Cavrois near Lille, as well as the mansion houses on the rue Mallet-Stevens, smong many other works. (more…)

MEIAC in Badajoz, Spain, to host Justo García Rubio’s retrospective exhibition

Over a hundred original drawings and models by the Spanish architect, author of the renowned bus station in Casar de Cáceres, will bring the visitors closer to the unique architectural language of García Rubio.

 

Justo García Rubio, Bus Station. Casar de Cáceres © Justo García Rubio

Justo García Rubio, Bus Station. Casar de Cáceres © Justo García Rubio

 

On Tuesday, November 8, the MEIAC Museum in Badajoz, Spain inaugurated the exhibition dedicated to architect Justo García RubioJusto García Rubio is considered a referential figure of contemporary avant-garde in Spanish architecture. His buildings, generally located in small towns in the heart Spain, are an example of the combination of modern architecture with a very personal and artistic approach from the author, whose creativity is not stopped by a limited budget. (more…)

“Creative Empathy. Five construction projects by Mario Cucinella Architects” at Triennale

Promoted by the Bologna studio in partnership with the Triennale, the exhibition illustrates, through an installation of projects and specific thematic encounters, five interventions under way in the capital of Lombardy, designed for sustainability and destined to change the skyline of the metropolis.

 

Creative Empathy © Mario Cucinella Architects

Creative Empathy © Mario Cucinella Architects

 

Five stories, five clients, five of the signature projects of the international architectural firm Mario Cucinella Architects to present an idea of the Milan of the future, a metropolis that grows in tune with the needs of its citizens and in harmony with nature. A dialogue between public and private, between client and architect: five stories to build a sustainable city. (more…)