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Polo del Gusto Pavilion / EXiT architetti associati

© Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta + 30

Pieve di Soligo, Italy

AKQA Venice Office / zaa zanonarchitettiassociati

© Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta + 22

Roncade, Italy

Cortina House Interiors / Outlinestudio74

© Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta + 41

Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy
  • Architects: Outlinestudio74
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 130.0 m2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2019

Campus Infinite Area / zaa zanonarchitettiassociati

© Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta + 70

Montebelluna, Italy

Lumen Museum of Mountain Photography / Gerhard Mahlknecht

© Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta + 61

Mareo, Italy
  • Architects: Gerhard Mahlknecht
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 1800.0 m2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2018

Office Complex / zaa zanonarchitettiassociati

© Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta + 27

Roncade, Italy

Enoura Observatory / Hiroshi Sugimoto | New Material Research Laboratory

© Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta + 57

Odawara, Japan

Residence Zeta / PERUZZO Architettura

© Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta + 57

Lanzago, Italy
  • Architects: PERUZZO Architettura
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 934.0 m2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2017

20 Amazing Images of Architecture as Seen from the Sky: The Best Photos of the Week

This week we have prepared a special selection of 20 images of architecture as seen from the sky. This style of image, made possible by the emergence of drones, is increasingly used in architectural photography. It makes it possible to understand, in a single image, the totality of a project, and to see how the project interacts with the context in which it is immersed. Read on to see a selection of renowned photographers such as Hufton + Crow, Fernando Guerra, NAARO, and Jesús Granada.

© Takumi Ota © Steve Troes Fotodesign © Barbara Vetter, Vincent Heiland © Felipe Díaz Contardo + 20

Franz Kraler's Showroom / Studio Marastoni Architetti e Ingegneri Associati

© Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta + 53

Toblach, Italy

B&W Building / mzc+

© Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta + 34

Treviso, Italy
  • Architects: mzc+
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 980.0 m2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2017

Ancient Farm Renovation / studiomas architetti

© Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta + 20

Reggio Emilia, Italy
  • Architects: studiomas architetti
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 720.0 m2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2016

Turned House / mzc+

© Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta + 53

Treviso, Italy
  • Architects: mzc+
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 257.0 m2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2015

Project Meganom's Yuri Grigoryan: “Freedom is When You Realize that Anything is Possible”

Yuri Grigoryan founded Project Meganom in 1999 in Moscow with his partners Alexandra Pavlova, Iliya Kuleshov, and Pavel Ivanchikov. Together, the group all graduated from Moscow’s Architectural Institute, MArchI in 1991, the year of the Soviet Union’s collapse, and then practiced at the studio of Moscow architect Alexander Larin. Today Project Meganom is headed by Grigoryan, Iliya Kuleshov, Artem Staborovsky, and Elena Uglovskaya, and keeps in close contact with the theoretical side of architecture: Grigoryan teaches at his alma mater and until recently he was the Director of Education at Strelka Institute, founded in 2009 under the creative leadership of Rem Koolhaas, while in 2008 the practice was involved in the Venice Architecture Biennale with their San Stae project for curator Yuri Avvakumov's “BornHouse” exhibition. All of this gives Grigoryan an interesting overview of Russia's unique architectural context. In this interview from his “City of Ideas” column, Vladimir Belogolovsky speaks with Grigoryan about the issues facing Russian architecture and how Project Meganom has responded to those challenges.

Barn, Nikolo-Lenivets, Kaluga District, Russia, 2006. Image © Yuri Grigoryan Theater Mercury, Moscow, 2006. Image © Marco Zanta Molochny Lane residential building, Moscow, 2003. Image © Yuri PALMIN Theater Mercury, Moscow, 2006. Image Courtesy of Project Meganom + 15

20 Creative Adaptive Reuse Projects

After built structures become disused or abandoned, adaptive reuse can be the perfect way to breathe new life into an old building, while conserving resources and historic value. Whether due to environmental reasons, land availability or the desire to conserve a historic landmark, countless architectural firms worldwide are turning to adaptive reuse as a solution to some of the modern problems of the built environment.

With this in mind, we have compiled a list of 20 creative adaptive reuse projects, each of which utilizes an old structure to create a revitalized form in its own distinct way.

See how a former chapel, water tower and 19th century slaughterhouse were transformed and given new life, after the break.

Residential Building Refurbishment / Studio Macola

© Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta + 35

Venice, Italy
  • Architects: Studio Macola
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 3950.0 sqm
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2015

Bailo Museum in Treviso / studiomas architetti + Heinz Tesar

© Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta + 29

Treviso, Italy

Tsvetnoy / Project Meganom

Courtesy of Project Meganom © Dmitry Chistoprudov © Marco Zanta © Marco Zanta + 42

Moscow, Russia
  • Architects: Project Meganom
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 37000.0 m2
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2010