Vittorio Giorgini. Architect (1926 - 2010). Born in Florence in 1926, Vittorio Giorgini studied in his native city where he frequented art circles in the 1950s and 1960s, and then settled in New York in 1969 to teach at the Pratt Institute. At that time, he developed his research while at the same time conducting experimental work in collaboration with his students. In 1996, Giorgini returned to Florence where died in 2010.
Lyons Architecture, Andrew N. Liveris Building, Brisbane, Australia
This new vertical campus building will set a new precedent and be a catalyst for engagement and collaboration not just between students, staff and researchers from the School of Chemical Engineering, but for the University of Queensland’s St Lucia campus as a whole.”
AW², Banyan Tree Alula, Alula, Saudi Arabia
AW² has completed the design of Banyan Tree AlUla, a resort in the Ashar Valley of AlUla in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. AW² was appointed by the Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) in partnership with the French Agency for AlUla Development (AFALULA).
Nantes metropolis has appointed the GTM Ouest and Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes consortium to build the future Anne-de-Bretagne bridge. The bridge, which will be extensively planted with vegetation and will be based on the existing bridge to provide a space up to threetimes wider, 61 meters on the Quai de la Fosse side, 43 metres on the Prairie-aux-Ducs side. Previously very grey, it will now take on a more colorful appearance, with 1,270 m² of vegetation.
Mjölk, The Guard Patrol, Rokytnice nad Jizerou, CZ. The project began in 2014, when we designed a series of small stops on the mountain.
It was conceived from the original intention of the municipality to build a classic lookout tower on the top. However, the morphology of the mountain proved unsuitable for the construction of an observation tower, as it did not provide sufficient views at standard heights. Therefore, we opted for the concept of several stops on the rocks that line the top of the mountain. ph. BoysPlayNice
Qatar Museums unveils site-specific public artworks. Olafur Eliasson, Shadows travelling on the sea of the day), 2022. Steel, fibreglass, glass mirrors. 4.53 metre | ø Diameter 10.509 metre | ø Diameter 8.2 metre | 8.2 metre. Installation view: Doha, Qatar, 2022. Photo: Iwan Baan. Courtesy of the artist; neugerriemschneider, Berlin; Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York / Los Angeles. © 2022 Olafur Eliasson
Ernesto Neto, SlugTurtle, TemplEarth, 2022, Steel, recycled polyester crochet net, glazed ceramic globe, wooden posts, rubber balls, cotton fabric and wadding, dry grass, clove, plants. 302 x 1784 x 2342 cm. Courtesy Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York and Los Angeles; Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel, São Paulo e Rio de Janeiro. Photo by Iwan Baan
Marcello Ziliani, Tubular Bells, Turri, 2022
Sebastian Herkner, TARU, Ligne Roset, 2021
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Virgil Abloh, Modular Imagination, Cassina, 2022. Virgil Abloh and Cassina design a project that explores the implications of modularity in contemporary interior design. Blocks in two sizes that can stand alone or be combined to create design accessories, from a seat to a table-top surface.