finally, I face this thorny topic once and for all!
why we architects are against faux-wood and faux-marble? No, it is not a stance. Let’s see the practical aspects.
or alternatively: the questions I get most often about renovations
an article dedicated to the architecture books that I preferred. Suggestions accepted!
a link between the monochromatic approach in architecture and the abstract art of the 70s
two words about contemporary art, my favorite ever, and a text that I really appreciated. Ph: François Morellet, L’Avalanche, 1996
Among the growing number of freelancers and smart-workers, it seems useful to share two tips about this particular space, so important to me.
the confrontation between two works, belonging to two different fields: art and architecture
A Master of Architecture, a true point of reference in my profession. The primacy, among my models, is hers.
One of the most classic tours: from Glasgow to Edinburgh, going up to Inverness and Loch Ness. Itinerary of which there are infinite variations, whose programming however is not the easiest [in photo: the palace of Linlithgow]
some notes on the order and livability of the environments. In the picture: Adalberto Libera, Casa Malaparte, Capri, 1938
a meeting between the Made in Italy and the Chinese business. In the picture the “Annual Distributor Conference” 2019-2020
A day trip with one of my colleagues, Shai Kunis, who I thanks because he organized the whole walk that I will write here (my photo: Citizen Square at the dusk).
the book born from university lectures given by Luigi Ghirri
glass-blocks architectures in comparison
the beauty of refuting the personal preconceptions (in the photo: the heart of Shinjuku, Tokyo)