Curator Francesca Molteni filmed each architect's home, and interviewed them about their lives and careers. Working alongside fellow architect and set designer Davide Pizzigoni, Molteni has recreated the private residences of Hadid and co., “by means of real-life videos, images, sounds, comments and reconstructions. The result is an interactive exhibition space that unveils the architects’ visions of living, their choices and their obsessions.” — phaidon.com
Open letter to Giuliano Pisapia, Mayor of Milan, from the international community of arts & culture... Dear Mayor Pisapia, It is with regret and disappointment that we learn that Stefano Boeri was dismissed from his position as Councillor for Design, Fashion and Culture for the city of...
Back in 2011 we reported on the Bosco Verticale — a new superstructure designed to bring the world's first vertical forest to Milan, Italy. While many were skeptical when it came to the feasibility of construction, Boeri Studio reports that the structure is certainly more than just a fantasy - in fact it's well on its way to being completed this year. — Inhabitat
With a press conference held on the construction site today, the Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli celebrates the ground-breaking for the new Porta Volta. The project comprises the 2’500 sqm Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, an 7’500 sqm Office Building and a generous 15’000 sqm Green Area. — herzogdemeuron.com
The international competition for the concept design of the new Eni Exploration & Production Business Center in San Donato Milanese, Italy, was won by Morphosis Architects with Nemesi Partners (architectural design partner), Setec TPI (structures designer), Setec Batiment (plants designer) and Pasodoble (landscape architect). — bustler.net
“We had to try to bring to the surface some sign of something that was absolutely invisible in Milan,” he continued. They didn’t want a traditional museum. Here “the content and the container coincide,” Mr. Morpurgo said. “You can’t put the Shoah in a museum under glass. It’s impossible.” — NYT
The NYT profiles the work of Milanese architects Guido Morpurgo and Annalisa de Curtis, who are working with a local foundation, to build a Memorial of the Shoah in Milan. The memorial will be located in the old depot under Milan's Central Station where Jews were put on trains bound for...
For the latest Instant House competition, design for a public pavillion for the 2015 biennale in Milan, Italy, the results have been announced: The 1st Prize goes to Fabrizio Fiscaletti (Italy), the 2nd Prize to Iris Hilton (France), and the 3rd Prize has been given to Stefano Tropea (Italy), Mikel Martinez (Spain) and Thomas Dieben (The Netherlands). — bustler.net
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