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L’arte come martello per scolpire il mondo

Publicato su Artribune Pochi minuti a piedi separano il rione Danisinni dalla Cattedrale e dal Palazzo Reale di Palermo. E pochi minuti a piedi separano il quartiere da un altro degli straordinari monumenti della città, la residenza estiva dei re

L’arte come martello per scolpire il mondo

Publicato su Artribune Pochi minuti a piedi separano il rione Danisinni dalla Cattedrale e dal Palazzo Reale di Palermo. E pochi minuti a piedi separano il quartiere da un altro degli straordinari monumenti della città, la residenza estiva dei re

Roma capitale dell’accoglienza?

Pubblicato su Eastwest La lettera che la sindaca Raggi ha recentemente mandato al prefetto di Roma, per chiedere di fermare l’arrivo di migranti nella capitale, ha riportato sulle prime pagine dei giornali la questione dell’accoglienza. La questione cioè della necessità

Roma capitale dell’accoglienza?

Pubblicato su Eastwest La lettera che la sindaca Raggi ha recentemente mandato al prefetto di Roma, per chiedere di fermare l’arrivo di migranti nella capitale, ha riportato sulle prime pagine dei giornali la questione dell’accoglienza. La questione cioè della necessità

We and Earth

Published on Domusweb I met Michael Braungart after his talk at Ecoweek in Tilburg and I asked him a few questions about innovation and design, about cities and the Earth capacity to sustain life. His answers re-frame the problem of

We and Earth

Published on Domusweb I met Michael Braungart after his talk at Ecoweek in Tilburg and I asked him a few questions about innovation and design, about cities and the Earth capacity to sustain life. His answers re-frame the problem of

Ecoweek in-between cutting-edge experimentation and age-old technologies

Pubished on Domusweb Bricks made from agricultural leftovers such as plant stems and seed husks, bound together with mycelium (the branching network of filaments constituting the underground vegetative part of fungi) and “grown” in moulds instead of oven-baked with high

Ecoweek in-between cutting-edge experimentation and age-old technologies

Pubished on Domusweb Bricks made from agricultural leftovers such as plant stems and seed husks, bound together with mycelium (the branching network of filaments constituting the underground vegetative part of fungi) and “grown” in moulds instead of oven-baked with high

Extinct in the Wild” at the Prada Foundation

Published on EastWest, in English and Italian “The world is now designed by one species, for one species. The flow of rivers, the fall of rain, and the composition of the atmosphere have been reshaped by human hands.” This sentence

Extinct in the Wild” at the Prada Foundation

Published on EastWest, in English and Italian “The world is now designed by one species, for one species. The flow of rivers, the fall of rain, and the composition of the atmosphere have been reshaped by human hands.” This sentence

Interview with MODU

A Design Practice that Connects People to the Environment Published on Domusweb Based in New York City, MODU is an architecture practice specializing in design that connects people to the environment. Co-directed by Phu Hoang and Rachely Rotem, MODU has

Interview with MODU

A Design Practice that Connects People to the Environment Published on Domusweb Based in New York City, MODU is an architecture practice specializing in design that connects people to the environment. Co-directed by Phu Hoang and Rachely Rotem, MODU has

Habitat III and the Right to the City

Published on Domusweb On 10 December 1948, the General Assembly of the young United Nations (whose foundations were laid in 1942 with a wartime document that prefigured objectives centred on peace and security) approved and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of

Habitat III and the Right to the City

Published on Domusweb On 10 December 1948, the General Assembly of the young United Nations (whose foundations were laid in 1942 with a wartime document that prefigured objectives centred on peace and security) approved and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of