Posts Tagged: hospitality

Palermo: open city, culture capital and hospitality hot spot

Pubblicato su Domusweb, qui in italiano “If someone asks me how many migrants there are in Palermo, I answer that there are none, because whoever comes to Palermo is Palermitan,” said Leoluca Orlando, the mayor of Palermo, during the opening

Palermo: open city, culture capital and hospitality hot spot

Pubblicato su Domusweb, qui in italiano “If someone asks me how many migrants there are in Palermo, I answer that there are none, because whoever comes to Palermo is Palermitan,” said Leoluca Orlando, the mayor of Palermo, during the opening

Così la Francia reinventa dei rifugi nelle sue città

Dalla Friche di Marsiglia a Les Grands Voisins di Parigi, il padiglione francese alla Biennale di Architettura di Venezia racconta la sperimentazione di nuove forme di rifugi urbani. Realizzati affidando luoghi abbandonati a comunità in cerca di spazi. Pubblicato su Eastwest

Così la Francia reinventa dei rifugi nelle sue città

Dalla Friche di Marsiglia a Les Grands Voisins di Parigi, il padiglione francese alla Biennale di Architettura di Venezia racconta la sperimentazione di nuove forme di rifugi urbani. Realizzati affidando luoghi abbandonati a comunità in cerca di spazi. Pubblicato su Eastwest

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

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

ECOWEEK in Tilburg

Some pictures from the past week, which I spent in Tilburg (NL) as an observer and reporter for Domusweb on ECOWEEK… updates as soon as possible! ECOWEEK is a non-profit non-governmental organization with the mission to raise environmental awareness and to

ECOWEEK in Tilburg

Some pictures from the past week, which I spent in Tilburg (NL) as an observer and reporter for Domusweb on ECOWEEK… updates as soon as possible! ECOWEEK is a non-profit non-governmental organization with the mission to raise environmental awareness and to

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

Habitat III and The New Urban Agenda

Published on Eastonline Between 17 and 20 October Quito, Ecuador, hosted Habitat III, the third international conference organized by UN-Habitat, the UN agency for human settlements. The event is important because after the first meeting of ’76 in Vancouver and

Habitat III and The New Urban Agenda

Published on Eastonline Between 17 and 20 October Quito, Ecuador, hosted Habitat III, the third international conference organized by UN-Habitat, the UN agency for human settlements. The event is important because after the first meeting of ’76 in Vancouver and