In Tampico, the green trees protruding from the roof or windows of the huge old office and industrial buildings abandoned for decades add an extra dimension to Kurt Hollander’s work, revealing one possible (dystopian) future for all architecture.
In Paris Abstract, Michael Wolf explores the urban landscape, fascinated with density and life in cities. Formal in nature, Paris Abstract lyrically expresses both the architectural complexity and density of the Parisian landscape.
Architect Peter W. Ferretto analizes Seoul's churches which at first sight reminds us of past post-modern pastiche exercises but on closer inspection reveals a highly complex hybrid: a symbol of urban fragmentation.
Nicolò Sertorio investigates the relationship between the boundless landscape that surrounds the US interstate road system and the rest areas built in the early Sixties, symbols of the new concept of ‘road trip’, of the conquest of nature and the ‘West’.