Last October I visited the Milan Expo with my daughter Matilde. We wanted to enjoy the experience in its wholeness, skipping the long, huge lines to enter the pavillons – actually any pavillons, October showed to be the worst time to visit Expo2015Read more "Milan EXPO2015"
The Israeli Bezalel Academy Labs developed a great project that can saves many lifes, school-age children and teens living in earthquake areas especially. The table was initiated as a final project at the Industrial Design department at the “Bezalel Academy of Art and Design” in Jerusalem, Israel. The table was designed by (then) student Arthur Brutter under […]Read more "Earthquake proof school table | Bezalel Academy Labs VIDEO"
This home, Es Pujol de Sera by the Spanish architect Marià Castelló Martínez, has been my “virtual” escape all week long. It looks like this website: a white box with a lot of beautiful – almost empty- rooms. But from its full width windows I can breathe the smell of Formentera -a beautiful and wild […]Read more "Es Pujol de Sera | Marià Castelló Martínez"
Amazing. That’s it! (wished they had a more user friendly website though)Read more "Selgas Cano Architecture Office"
Another very interesting architectural project. Today we are in Soglio, Switzerland, where the Suiss architect Armando Ruinelli has redeveloped an unused farm barn into a single family residence. The dwelling merges the traditional structure with a contemporary aesthetic, maintaining its place within the villages context. The three storeys are set into the steep slope, placing […]Read more "Barn Design | Armando Ruinelli"
I absolutely have to become a great international photographer (I’m laughing) and design a great project so to be able to successfully apply to Fogo Island Arts Corporation Residency Program, which is meant: “to bring contemporary artists of international caliber to live and work on Fogo Island and Change Islands. The program encourages the participation […]Read more "AMAZING Fogo Island Arts Corporation"
Desert houses can benefit from many features – plenty of sunlight, beautiful scapes or the promise of blissful isolation. This particular Desert House built in Desert Hot Springs, California interacts with the arid grounds and playfully seems to integrate the surroundings in its modern architecture. Designed by Los Angeles-based architecture firm Marmol Radziner, the fascinating […]Read more "Amazing Desert House | Marmol Radziner"