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by paolo rinaldi

premio chi è chi award 2014, best weekly online magazine

ph fausto giaccone, elaborazione manfredi bellati


inovation tour, un viaggio di formazione nella silicon valley, 18/22 oct

l'arcipelago di fernando de noronha, brasile


espacio cero explores how architecture can shape environments that influence behaviors. his planning and research interests are guided by three main lines: death and its translation into architectural typologies; xl scales as a result of the urban overflow; and the synthesis of architectural objects in contemporary societies. on this occasion, the studio presents us with a project that aims to create a prison for 500 inmates to explore how architecture can help in shaping environments that influence behaviors

tate harmer transforms part of brunel’s thames tunnel into a subterranean venue. the thames tunnel is an underwater passage, built beneath london’s river thames. once described as the eighth wonder of the world, the tunnel was the first project worked on by renowned engineer isambard kingdom brunel. now, 190 years after construction began, architecture firm tate harmer has transformed part of the space into ‘the grand entrance hall’ — a subterranean performance venue. the shaft is accessible via a freestanding, cantilevered staircase, accompanied by a new point of entry. the project is part of the brunel museum’s plans to widen public awareness of the built legacy of isambard kingdom brunel, and the uk’s industrial heritage,

remembering the golden age of the american airport

from top left, clockwise

main terminal at washington dulles international airport, va, 1958/62, architect eero saarinen

twa flight center at john kennedy international airport, ny, 1955/62, architect eero saarinen

the field terminal at mccarran airpot, nv, 1959/63 architct welton becket associates and john replogle

the marine air terminalat la guardia airport, ny, 1937/40, architect william delano/

hotels et restaurants

aleppo e l’hotel baron. una memoria indimenticabile

hotel royal victoria, tunis

maso azzurro b&b, premione, trentino


club by giorgio armani

reflecting on japanese culture and aesthetics, swedish design firm claesson koivisto rune created bonsai, an upholstered seating collection for italian furniture manufacturer arflex,

influenced by a grand feathered creature of the same name, ‘great egret’ cradles users in a frozen thrust of wings, evoking feelings of sitting atop the bird’s sweeping back.  ‘great egret’ was designed by beirut-based studio sayar & garibeh

left, cake, un set di tavolino e sgabelli impilabili basato, come dice il nome, sull’idea della torta. design hironori tsukue

right, yinka ilori‘s  chair collection references the colors and patterns of african textiles and tales from nigerian parables. each one of them represents a distinct faith-based narrative that goes back into yinka’s childhood memories

stefan borselius, bla station,

living in a chair by federico peri, galleria nilufar,

coffeetable by clemens auer, ph leonhard hilzennsauer


viaggi al centro dell'autore, "voli e sorvoli, esplorazioni e riletture di grandi autori italiani attraverso i luoghi che li hanno ispirati"


gabriella giuriato, geometrie, monotipi e variazioni sul tema, atelier 50, associazione internazionale incisori, roma


pei zhu has revealed plans for a museum in jiangxi, china, which celebrates the region’s famed pottery industry. referred to as the ‘porcelain capital’, the city of jingdezhen came to prosperity as a result of its china production. the site for the new institution is situated besides clusters of workshops that date back to the ming and qing dynasties.

museo leonardiana, il cavallo, corte ducale di ludovico il moro nel castello di vigevano, progetto migliore servetto, ph andrea martiradonna

architecture & cars meet in museo fratelli cozzi by buratti architetti. a short trip from milan, in the italian city of legnano, is the ‘museo fratelli cozzi’. owned by alfa romeo, the facility houses a functional showroom and extensive automotive museum under the same roof


le cattedrali dell'energia. architettura, industria e paesaggio nelle immagini di francesco radino e degli archivi storici aem, milano, 21 ottobre/27 gennaio,

tony cragg, parts of the world, lisson gallery, 1 ottobre/5 novembre

et caetera

super yacht with own private beach, concept by hareide

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