Comments: (0)

Piel: experimental web book

Category: ⚐ EN+architecture+colaboraciones+eu:abierto

Piel.Skin is an experimental web book aimed at architecture students. The book literally surfs on several projects, jumping from exceptional exteriors in Asia to intelligently optimized facades in Europe. The book allows playing a virtual tour dedicated to google-earth travellers: By means of clicking on the coordinates of each project begins a journey where you can jump directly to each site and visualize the project within its environment.
continue reading

Comments: (0)

Pink virus in Rotterdam

Category: ⚐ EN+architecture+arte+city+design+eu:abierto+the environment

 

Pinks dots all over the street. That is project by STUDIO VOLLAERSZWART.  LET’S STICK TOGETHER-812U

a colourful virus of 45.000 stickers was unleashed onto the buildings of the Witte deWith street for annual art festival “World of Witte de With” in Rotterdam, September 2006. continue reading

Comments: (0)

Landscape Lessons in Genoa (italy)

Category: ⚐ EN+architecture+events

Savignone (Genoa), Colonia at Renesso, 3 – 25 May 2008

Press conference: Monday, 28. April 2008, 12 am Palace of the Province (Ge)

Saturday, 3th May 2008
opening: 10 am
– presentation of UPC-ACMA International Master of Architecture of the Landscape [Barcelona/Milan], 11 am
– vernissage photographic exhibition: “Sguardi nel paesaggio. Un resoconto sulla fotografia italiana contemporanea”, 4 pm
– vernissage installations site specific, 6 pm

Landscape Lessons are a series of meetings, happenings, art exhibitions and temporary art installations that will be arranged at the Colonia at Renesso. The building is an example of the first Italian Rationalism, designed by the engineer Camillo Nardi Greco in 1933. It is located in the district of Savignone (Genoa) in the inland parts of Liguria. Since the XXth century it has been a well known resort.

continue reading

Comments: (2)

Lara Freire – architecture and cinema

Category: ⚐ EN+architecture+eu:abierto

My name is Lara Freire. My interest in cinema started as a kid; at the age of 6, my mother, a big film lover who spent her days taping movies on beta tapes, took me to acting lessons and that woke up the monster inside me.
I started in front of the cameras and as time went by I began to feel more and more attracted to the people who were running backwards and forwards, behind, in the dark…

continue reading