The monument to the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin by Peter Eisenman must be pointed out as one of the most significant works in this first period of the new millennium not so much as it represents a crucial turning point in the career of one of the most important architects of the twentieth century […] by Gabriele Mastrigli
Gio Ponti states that modern architecture cannot avoid taking into consideration solutions to socially-committed themes; certainly the Ifdesign project relating to the new NOIVOILORO […] by Cino Zucchi
A critical aspect of the building’s form is its re-creation of domestic style space within public space. In a country such as Australia where domestic architecture is predominant in cultural terms, the “domestication” of public institutions is a way […]
by Antony Moulis
Flipping through an architecture magazine or clicking through the feed of one of the countless architecture blogs online today, it quickly becomes evident that contemporary architectural production suffers from a chronic case of hyperinflated personality syndrome, a pathology which causes buildings and their authors to engage […]
by Joseph Grima
The school in Rudrapur, Bangladesh, is a combination of imagination and intelligence, people and local materials: a building of cultural value and structural elegance.
Since the beginning of our practice – Grafton Architects – educational buildings have deeply interested us, as they epitomize a real potential for architecture: contributing to communities and structuring space[…]
by Grafton Architects/Yvonne Farrell + Shelley Mcnamara
It is difficult to judge architecture when everything is possible. It is hard to single out something different as an alternative to the “novelties” one finds in such abundance, something that can be distinguished for its evident quality […]
by Alberto Ferlenga
Right in the middle of the babel of formal languages that have connoted the last decade of an uncontrolled hedonism produced by the culture of globalisation, an exhibition entitled “The architecture you like©” could sound like the umpteenth disengagement.
by Mario Botta
The house-observatory in Roca Blanca by the artist Gabriel Orozco, designed in collaboration with the architect Tatiana Bilbao, who is also Mexican, blends a principle of settlement camouflaged into the landscape with a location aware device.
by Stefano Boeri
This is a radical and original building, and it achieves such things within one of the less expected fields: in the real estate market, where the already proven or where old answers, only decorated differently tend to be the case, this building […]
by Alejandro Aravena
Alejandro Aravena, Stefano Boeri, Mario Botta, Alberto Ferlenga, Grafton Architects/Yvonne Farrell + Shelley McNamara, Joseph Grima, Stefano Guidarini, Franco La Cecla, Gabriele Mastrigli, Enrico Morteo, Antony Moulis, Anh-Linh Ngo, Steve Piccolo, Carme Pinòs, Franco Raggi, Mauro Sullam, Pier Paolo Tamburelli, Cino Zucchi