The next revolution in urban planning is made with smart glasses

The massive work “Living Shenzhen” by W.A.R. (Warehouse of Architecture and Research) is a research carried out in collaboration with MIT and CNR with the aim of rethinking the tools for urban planning and ereasing the logic of top-bottom choices, starting from the Chinese Silicon Valley. The interview.

The gas pump turns 100-years-old

The gas pump centennial is the occasion to reflect on the past and future of service stations, which were a relevant field of experimentation for architecture all along the 20th century.

Martín Torrado

Buenos Aires is breaking with the inertia of a public architecture without qualities

As a collaborative network, the Dirección General de Arquitectura works on the public dimension of the city since 2015. We discuss its achievements in this interview with Martín Torrado and Ricardo Fernández Rojas, its former and current directors.