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" The Whitney Museum of American Art has left the famous and controversial Breuer Building behind for a new home in Gansevoort Street, New York designed by Renzo Piano’s studio RPBW. Between the Hudson River and the High Line, Renzo Piano’s Whitney Museum makes the most of the character of the Meatpacking District.
" The Great Wall of WA (Western Australia) by Luigi Rosselli is a long rammed earth wall as beautiful on the outside as it is on the inside. Luigi Rosselli designed 12 residences for livestock farmers here. The red colour of The Great Wall of WA is a result of the colour of the local clayey sand. "
" Ninot market in Barcelona’s Eixample district has reopened. Built in 1933, the facility was renovated by Mateo Arquitectura of Spain. Mateo Arquitectura’s project has given Ninot market a new relationship with the city. "
" Urban Spa is the winner of the Next Landmark 2015 contest, in the Landmark of the Year category. The project was created from a workshop by the PKMN studio with students from ISAD,Chihuahua (Mexico). A landmark to re-appropriate Parque Urueta by the people. "
All the technical aspects of porcelain tiles in an in-depth look at the material covering everything from ventilated façades to raised floors, from water jet cutting to aesthetic variations on surface textures. Design solutions and culture for an aesthetic of contemporary architecture, creating innovative new moods incorporating noble, economical, ecological use of ceramic surfaces. Ventilated facades, raised floors: different technical solutions for your designs. A course of study focusing on the specific theme of the economic and ecological benefits of using ventilated facades or raised floors and the multitude of possibilities for their application and decoration with ceramic tiles, from water jet cutting to use of porcelain stoneware in wellness centres and outdoor floors.