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The Museum Of The Twentieth Century / Avatar Architettura

  • Architects: Avatar Architettura
  • Location: Florence, Italy
  • Project Year: 2014
  • Photographs: Pietro Savorelli

© Pietro Savorelli © Pietro Savorelli © Pietro Savorelli © Pietro Savorelli

Exhibition: ARCHI DEPOT TOKYO

The architectonic models of 41 Japanese architects are on display at the Triennale di Milano.

Cake House / PROGETTOSPORE

© Riccardo Magherini © Riccardo Magherini © Riccardo Magherini © Riccardo Magherini

Exhibition: Realtà e Fantasia. Cartoline dall’Italia

Realtà e Fantasia. Cartoline dall’Italia exhibition conveys a selection of Sergei Tchoban’s architectural drawings. The walls of of the gallery will be covered with 60 sketches – depicting landscapes and fantasies. As a part of the exhibition installation pictures shot in Tchoban’s Berlin atelier – nps tchoban voss –, document some of his completed architectural projects, will give a good idea about the artists visions not only as an architect, but also as someone whose passion is architectural drawing.

Gino Valle Square / Valle Architetti Associati

© Giuseppe Dall'Arche (courtesy Valle Architetti Associati) © Hanns Joostens (courtesy Topotek 1) © Giuseppe Dall'Arche (courtesy Valle Architetti Associati) Courtesy of Valle Architetti Associati

Open Call: Represent Estonia at the 2016 Venice Biennale

The Estonian Centre of Architecture has launched its two-stage public international curator competition to decide Estonia’s project at the next Venice Biennale. The first stage of the competition will close August 31, 2015, with three proposals moving onto a second stage and the winner being announced on November 10, 2015. Proposals are open to art theorists, art historians, architects, designers, interior designers, historians or curators of fields related to architecture. Entries must be in either Estonian or English and international entries are expected to include team members familiar with Estonian architecture. Although the general theme of the 15th Venice Biennale has not been revealed yet the proposal should reflect current global issues and important aspects of the ideas and practice of modern Estonian architecture.

Kale – Cersaie 14 / Paolo Cesaretti

© Lorenzo Pennati © Lorenzo Pennati © Lorenzo Pennati © Lorenzo Pennati

Estonian Pavilion Expo Milano 2015 / Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid

  • Architects: Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid
  • Location: Expo Gate, Via Luca Beltrami, 20121 Milano, Italy
  • Area: 1200.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2015
  • Photographs: Filippo Poli

© Filippo Poli © Filippo Poli © Filippo Poli © Filippo Poli

Copagri Pavilion ‘Love IT’ / EMBT

  • Architects: EMBT
  • Location: Milan, Italy
  • Project Director: Makoto Fukuda
  • Project Coordinator: Valentina Nicol Noris
  • Design Team: Dirce Medina, Claudia Baralla, Claudia Manenti, Silvia Pirrera, Gabriele Rotelli, Andres Echevarria, Thomas Hostache, Carlo Cervellieri, Luca Amighetti, Ana De la Cuesta, Ana Zueras, Daniel Combariza
  • Area: 560.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2015
  • Photographs: Marcela Grassi, Roland Halbe

© Marcela Grassi © Marcela Grassi © Roland Halbe © Marcela Grassi

New Swimming Center in Brescia / Camillo Botticini + Francesco Craca + Arianna Foresti + Studio Montanari + Nicola Martinoli

  • Architects: Camillo Botticini, Francesco Craca, Arianna Foresti, Studio Montanari, Nicola Martinoli
  • Location: 25123 Mompiano BS, Italy
  • Architectural Design: Camillo Botticini, Francesco Craca, Arianna Foresti, Studio Montanari, Nicola Martinoli
  • Area: 12000.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2013
  • Photographs: Niccolò Galeazzi

© Niccolò Galeazzi © Niccolò Galeazzi © Niccolò Galeazzi © Niccolò Galeazzi

Workshop Renovation / Messner Architects

© Meraner Hauser © Meraner Hauser © Meraner Hauser © Meraner Hauser

"The City and The Water" Summer School

“The City and the Water” Summer School is organized by the University of Pisa (DESTeC, Long Cycle Master Degree Course in Architectural Engineering), the Visual Art Center of Pietrasanta and the Municipality of Pietrasanta (Tuscany, Italy), with the contribution of the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Lucca. The Summer School, that will take place from 7th to 20th September 2015 at the Visual Arts Center, will see students in Architecture, Engineering, Design, Art Schools and young professionals, working together on the Versilia Area, and in particular on the “Due Laghi” artisan area: a context with a high environmental value and a precious landscape, with several artistic and artisanal laboratories, but actually mined by a strong decay. The project proposals aim to provide indications for the creation of new spaces, in order to make the area more functional and enjoyable for those who live and work there, and for all the future potential visitors, with particular attention to the creation of spaces for cultural and artistic events. After the first design stage, a self-construction laboratory will take place in the “Due Luaghi” area. Students will be guided by the architect Santiago Cirugeda (Recetas urbanas, Seville), Scientific Director of the Summer School, and they will work in close collaboration with the artists and artisans of the "2 Luoghi". The Course Director is Roberto Pierini, President of the Master Degree Course in Architectural Engineering at the University of Pisa. The Summer School, among the guest lecturers, will have Alessandra Capanna, architect and professor at the Faculty of Architecture of Roma La Sapienza University. Open events will be organized also in the Cloister of S. Agostino (Piazza del Duomo, Pietrasanta) and in the “Due Laghi” artisan area (Via Sarzanese 111, Pietrasanta). Inscription deadline: June 30th 2015.

Casa EG / ES-Arch

  • Architects: ES-Arch
  • Location: Villasanta MB, Italy
  • Collaborators: Francesco Manzoni , Marco Clozza , Stefano Fusi
  • Photographs: Marcello Mariana

© Marcello Mariana © Marcello Mariana © Marcello Mariana © Marcello Mariana

BINARIO 11 / Andrea Langhi Design

  • Architects: Andrea Langhi Design
  • Location: Milan, Italy
  • Design Team: Andrea Langhi Design, Samanta Volpi, Santo Scibetta, Samuele Bernasconi
  • Area: 150.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2013
  • Photographs: Daniele Domenicali

© Daniele Domenicali © Daniele Domenicali © Daniele Domenicali © Daniele Domenicali

Germany Pavilion – Milan Expo 2015 / SCHMIDHUBER + Milla & Partner + Nüssli.

Courtesy of SCHMIDHUBER /+ Milla & Partner + Nüssli.
Courtesy of SCHMIDHUBER /+ Milla & Partner + Nüssli.
  • Architects: SCHMIDHUBER
  • Location: Milan, Italy
  • Overall Responsibility: German Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy, Bonn
  • Team: SCHMIDHUBER + Milla & Partner + Nüssli
  • Project Year: 2015
  • Photographs: Courtesy of SCHMIDHUBER /+ Milla & Partner + Nüssli.

Courtesy of SCHMIDHUBER /+ Milla & Partner + Nüssli. Courtesy of SCHMIDHUBER /+ Milla & Partner + Nüssli. Courtesy of SCHMIDHUBER /+ Milla & Partner + Nüssli. Courtesy of SCHMIDHUBER /+ Milla & Partner + Nüssli.

Exhibition: "Emotions from Pisa" by Stefano Pasqualetti

The author goes along with the observer in a photographic stroll through the colors, surfaces and lights of the Grand Tour City of the Leaning Tower, Pisa. "Emotions from Pisa" is more than a collection of fine photographs: it is an exploration of the dialogue between place and photographer. The “emotions” of the shots are recognized, captured and made available to us. Pasqualetti preserves moments which we often miss and teaches us to read and feel the messages sent out by places and buildings. He shows us the Pisa that we know and above all a Pisa that we never noticed. This collection of photographs does not only record the face of the city, here shown in ways which truly surprise and move. His photos also demonstrate how architecture, through its forms and its surfaces, can evoke emotions that are constantly changing, as sun and seasons take their daily and yearly paths.

Inside the Spanish Pavilion at the Milan Expo 2015

Spanish photographers Iñigo Bujedo-Aguirre and Adrià Goula have shared with us images of the Spanish pavilion at the Milan Expo 2015. Designed by B720 Fermín Vazquez Arquitectos, the pavilion represents the fusion between Spain’s traditional food and innovative gastronomy. This duality creates an attractive and flexible space, which incorporates an open, patio-like area with orange trees – another symbol of Spanish culture.  

© Adrià Goula © Iñigo Bujedo-Aguirre © Iñigo Bujedo-Aguirre © Iñigo Bujedo-Aguirre