Open Fields
 

Open Fields

French photographer Guillaume Amat explores his country’s landscape with a mirror, creating new perspectives and blurring the boundaries between the real and fiction.

 

Photo-essays

Research Campus
 

Research Campus

In a medieval village in northern Bavaria, the Research Campus Waischenfeld designed by Barkow Leibinger distributed the program into four pavilions with asymmetrically gabled roofs to integrate the campus into the regional scale of the village.

 

Architecture

Drinking sparingly

This video on Chianciano’s spa, Tuscany, is part of a wider research by Davide Maffei and Oscar Ferrari, exploring the places at the edge of oblivion which can’t evolve into other functions because still too connected to their past conceived purpose.

 

Video / Davide Maffei

Chipakata Children’s Academy
 

Chipakata Children’s Academy

In a Zambian rural village, a team of three architects designed a primary school surrounded by agricultural fields, developed and constructed in close collaboration with local village residents.

 

Architecture

Best of #grey
 

Best of #grey

While Mr. Grey’s adventures are back on the beaches, we tell you ten stories about “shades of grey”, from silver to concrete.

 

News

The Grand Budapest Hotel

The hefty volume by Matt Zoller Seitz is a semi-serious thesis structured in three acts, each of which unfolds around a long, in-depth interview with the film-maker Wes Anderson.

 

Reviews / Francesca Esposito

Ronald Mcdonald House
 

Ronald Mcdonald House

Three traditional brick forms with slate pitched roofs, gives a calm, domestic feel to this accommodation for families of sick children from all over Scotland designed in Glasgow by Keppie.

 

Architecture

Environment Agency
 

Environment Agency

Designed by Dutch practice Architectenbureau Cepezed on one of Brussels major urban regeneration sites, the Environment Agency is the Europe’s largest entirely passive office building.

 

Architecture

Eppur si muove

In the exhibition at Mudam Luxembourg the evolution of the relationship between art and technology follows a thematic, experiential and methodological rather than chronological order.

 

Art / Giusy Checola