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Gabriele Basilico (1944–2013)

Cities with their streets, squares and transport lines, their roofs, walls, façades, street levels, arches and long perspectives — these are the subjects for which we, lovers of the city in all its different permutations, shall gratefully remember Gabriele Basilico.


News / Sebastiano Brandolini


PostNatural Organisms

On 14 February at the Kapelica Gallery, Richard Pell discusses the Center for PostNatural History and the PostNatural Organisms of the European Union installation, which features living organisms that have been altered through selective breeding or genetic engineering.



Sou Fujimoto to design Serpentine Pavilion 2013

The Japanese architect proposes a delicate, latticed structure of 20mm steel poles with a lightweight and semi-transparent appearance.




ON design partners: Fika

Tying together the concept of display and the spectacle of everyday life, the Japanese studio has completed a three-storey house and store, divided by a single wall where a myriad small items are placed as a precious collection of objects.




The Swiss nomad

An exhibition at Villa Ciani recounts the work of Swiss photographer Peter W. Häberlin, which would never have come to light had it not been for the photographic book Yallah, with texts by Paul Bowles.


Art / Laura Bossi

Craftica by Formafantasma

Originally developed for Fendi's Design Performances series, Simone Farresin and Andrea Trimarchi's research project on the cultural history of leather debuts at Gallery Libby Sellers, anticipating a new commission that will be presented at the end of the year.


Design / Catharine Rossi