Posts tagged 'italy'

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BDR bureau’s latest project rethinks traditional school design

The tradition of fortress-like, institutional schools hermetically sealed from the outside world has been turned on its head by Turin-based architect BDR Bureau with its

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Beneath the skin: A look inside Davines Village

Much like in literature, what elevates good architecture from its run-of-the-mill counterpart is the story. In the case of Davines Village, it’s a boy-meets-girl scenario

Architecture
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The Italian school changing ideas of work and study through hybrid architecture

While the verdant valleys of Buttrio are renowned for producing some of Italy’s most terrific wines, the comune, belonging to the province of Udine, is

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Inside OnOffice April: The Italian Issue

Italy has widely established itself as a pioneering trendsetter in the world of design, architecture and fashion, and with the lead up to the 58th

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Arper: Bringing design to life

Headquartered in the Italian region of Veneto’s furniture district, Arper tells a quintessentially Italian story about family, relationships and the design thinking that ties them

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Q&A: Raw Edges for Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton hosted a remarkable show of its Objets Nomades furniture collection around the opulent Palazzo Bocconi in Milan. Design duo Raw Edges’ Concertina range

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Wolfgang Buttress on bees, his pavilion & Heatherwick

How’s the Expo going so far?It’s the first day so I’m feeling a mixture of relief and excitement. It’s been a long journey and the

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Milan Expo: Wolfgang Buttress’ UK pavilion

Construction of Wolfgang Buttress’ UK Pavilion for Milan Expo 2015 has now been completed ready for the six-month event’s opening date of 1 May. It

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iGuzzini lighting to protect Da Vinci’s Last Supper

iGuzzini has implemented an innovative lighting scheme for Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper, with features that calibrate the micro-environment conditions to prevent further deterioration of

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Michele De Lucchi: Milan’s man of the moment

Salone del Mobile asked revered Milan resident Michele De Lucchi to create an installation for its workplace-focused show – and his response is typically well

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