The architectural landscape of Jean Nouvel
Jean Nouvel and Unifor for the Quai Branly Museum
Renzo Piano & The New Building
Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, Porta Volta, Milano, 2016
It was 1968, the year of great and definitive events that left their mark on consciences, cultures, populations, lifestyles, and consumer habits.
Concentrating on winning the race, the runner looks straight ahead: they care only about the finish line, not the starting point.
Italian architect and designer Aldo Rossi had a passion for what he saw as the small constructions that fill our homes.
The open-plan office is the most universally applied format in the world of work. New technologies have transformed the workplace into an adaptable space prioritising sharing and communication.