Between fiction and reality, architectures of the Iberian artist on show at Maddox Arts in London, to be exhibited also the series “Brutal Zone” of 2018.
The French photographer documented the 2014 civil war. Three years later he goes back to Kiev’s main square to analyse its changings.
Alba Solaro and Matteo Milaneschi
Stories, bulletins, archives, and nostalgia: a conversation with Alba Solaro and Matteo Milaneschi encompassing from ancient palazzi to stories being reconstrued.
Launched on Kickstarter, the new project pays tribute to the mountains and is wholly designed by the Italian designer and Compasso d'Oro winner.
“Rome 1950-1965” in an art exhibition curated by Germano Celant bringing together works from the “Dolce Vita” in a jewel of Chinese architecture.
Neolith furniture has a minimal thickness that makes of it an ideal partner to cover different wooden or steel structures conferring aesthetic and resistence values to the piece.
Inspired by James Turrell and Alexander McQueen, the showroom designed by Eduard Eremchuk puts together colours and glam in 46 square meters.
As part of a wider project of floating islands, the wooden platform by Marshall Blecher and Magnus Maarbjerg supports swimmers, divers kayakers and sailors.
Pimar natural stone has found a new life in the objects designed by three italian designers: Riccardo Dalisi, Ugo la Pietra e Luca Scacchetti.
Belgian studio Trans architecture has completed a factory extension that blends into its urban context, taking inspiration from the terraced house typology.
Tate Modern hosts the largest exhibition of the American artist’s work ever held in the UK.
The performance/concert Lavascar opened the “Fog” festival at the Milan Triennale with a magic ritual. Its stars tell us how it started.
The eco-village in Senegal designed by TAMassociati will become a symbol of eco-modernity, proportioned to the technical, managerial, and agricultural self-sufficiency of local communities.