Transformed by the passing of time and their altered relationship with the city, they have nonetheless retained their spiritual and cultural value.
Studio Anne Holtrop designs a site-specific facade in Bahrain
35 Green Corner Building feature structural concrete blocks, made by directly moulding the soil of the site, which thus becomes the generator of the building.
Basement in America, garage in Europa: il luogo più tralasciato della casa è anche quello dei segreti e delle ossessioni. Oggi, però, costruire sottoterra significa anche rinascita.
Design Educate Awards selected 80 projects from five continents for their ability to have a positive, long-term impact on our planet.
In the centre of Mexico, Fabian M Escalante H | arquitectos designed a home that adapts to the slopes of the land, entrusting materials with the task of confronting the severe nature that surrounds it.
In the summer of 1976, the museum in New York hosted an exhibition, organized by Emilio Ambasz, that sought to provide a response to the problem of urban traffic and pollution through new ‘ecological’ cab projects.
Interiors and green spaces intertwine in this private brick residence designed by ASP Arquitectura Sergio Portillo.
Designed by Russian studio Katarsis, an imposing wooden bridge is destroyed through the ancestral ceremony of burning, reinterpreting the traditional rites of passage between winter and spring.
The curator of the Italian Pavilion for the next Architecture Biennale, tells us how we should inhabit the planet, also in light of the pandemic.
Swiss architect Manuel Herz’s new project in Tambacounda features a permeable skin, inspired by the Arab mashrabiya, that facilitate natural air circulation.
An investment of 37 million euros for the refurbishment project of the first Rinascente store in the Italian capital, designed by Milanese studio 2050+.
Francesca Perani’s renovation creates a flexible and playful urban refuge of 25 square metres, combining chromatic accents, geometric cuts and Persian references.
The most “modern” of all contemporary architects has been working for almost a decade on the a sensible, silent restoration of Mies van der Rohe’s masterpiece.
An exploration into the design of one of the most ambitious fictional universes, inextricably linked to reality, with brutalist inspirations, influenced by “spaghetti westerns” and the involvement of a key figure, Ralph McQuarrie.
The subway station that Spanish studio Miralles Tagliabue EMBT is currently building in Naples will be a covered public square mediating critical aspects of an area designed by Kenzo Tange.