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" Following his recent solo show at MAMbo, Museo d'Arte Moderna di Bologna, architect Massimo Iosa Ghini talks about his thirty-year career and his contribution to the evolution of Italian society. From fashion to Bolidismo, from the first chain stores to IBM briefing centres, from the Oko Office Building in Moscow to the recent Linea di Luce project for Iris-FMG Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti’s showroom. "
" Alberto Campo Baeza calls it the most radical house he has ever built. The House of the Infinite in Cádiz, an ancient port from which ships set off for the New World, is a manifesto of Alberto Campo Baeza’s poetics. Idea, space and light are expressed in the House of the Infinite, a lookout over the Atlantic Ocean. "
" Alvisi Kirimoto + Partners designed Podernuovo Bulgari winery in San Casciano dei Bagni, near Siena. The building combines an attentive reading of the local landscape and the signs left on it by traditional crops with environmental sustainability. Alvisi Kirimoto’s Podernuovo Bulgari winery is all about respect and enhancement of the land. "
" The finalists in Next Landmark 2014, the architecture contest held by Floornature, include ASA studio’s Early Childhood Development & Family Centers. ASA or active social architecture designed and built Early Childhood Development & Family Centers sponsored by UNICEF in 9 districts of Rwanda. The first two centres were built by the local people under ASA studio’s guidance. "
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.