The Israeli Pavilion at the Venice Biennale analyses an invisible but powerful negotiation structure that lays beneath sacred sites in the Holy Land.
Expansion, demolition, refurbishment and building speculation: postmodern architecture is under threat. Perhaps, as Denise Scott Brown maintains, it is “outdated without yet being old enough to be revalued”.
Manuel Guerci, fine woodworker and craftsman 4.0, agosto 2018
We went to find the craftsman in his (obsessively tidy) workshop in the Cremona countryside and asked him about his hybrid work blending time-worn techniques and latest-generation materials.
Arles: the photo festival returns to the future and invades the city, July 2018
New exhibition spaces, and a focus on the civil unrest of May 1968 in France are some of the highlights of the 2018 Rencontres d’Arles, a variegated periscope onto the world.
Valentina Cameranesi, a show for happy eyes, April 2018
In the rooms of the famous Milanese hardware store Meazza, the designer invites visitors to concentrate on interstices, pigeon-holes and unresolved or not-completely revealed spaces.
Interview with Phineas Harper, critic and curator of the Oslo Architecture Triennale, on the millenials’ answers to the economic crisis, which have created a utopia of reality.
Does living in the countryside together with complete strangers, observing nature, having fun and getting your hands right into the materials help to become a better designer?
Cities are preparing to accommodate the influx of people during the 21st century: they need to be not only smart but also open, to all.