Text by Francesco Alò – badtaste.it Photo: Alessio Costantino Translation by Bianca Baroni “And don’t you clown no more!” is what the swiss gendarmes will kindly tell Eddy, releasing him. Easier said than done, not only because who plays this role is the excellent Benoît Poelvoorde, able to move from the slapstick kind of comedy […]
Edited by: Eugenia Gotti – Architecture Department Editor – email@example.com Who: Toyo Ito What: Pritzker Architecture Prize 2013 Proofreading: Bianca Baroni They call him “creator of timeless buildings”, Toyo Ito has been announced as the Pritzker laureate for 2013. Compared to the Nobel prize, the purpose of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, founded in 1979, is to […]
Edited by: Eugenia Gotti – Architecture Department Editor – firstname.lastname@example.org Proofreading: Bianca Baroni Where : Pacific Ocean Artworks: Competition for a new Ocean Platform Prison AC-CA Prison architecture continues to evolve with Architecture playing an ambiguous role: not only wants to reinforce the sense of punishment and loss of a certain amount of freedom, but […]
Edited by: Eugenia Gotti – email@example.com – Architecture: Stacking Green Architects: Vo Trong Nghia, Daisuke Sanuki, Shunri Nishizawa (Vo Trong Nghia Co., ltd.) Where: Saigon, Vietnam Photo by: Hiroyuki Oki Translation assistant: Bianca Baroni //COMPETITION Over 70,000 people voted for ArchDaily, one of the most followed architectural magazine, that presents the winners of the ArchDaily Building of the Year Awards.
Edited by: Eugenia Gotti – Architecture Department Editor – firstname.lastname@example.org Translition Assistant: Bianca Baroni What : Mies van der Rhoe Award COMPETITION Superkilen After two years, here we go. Again. The European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture (also called Mies van der Rohe Award) selects the five projects for the 2013 shortlist.
Guest Editor: Riccardo Del Fabbro email@example.com Translation Assistent : Bianca Baroni Where: Berlin What : Silent Architecture Inside the shopping district of Berlin, near the iconic tower seen in “We Children of Bahnhof Zoo”, there’s a curious framework that -it seems- wants to tell a story.