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" The Italian version of the receptionless hotel formula, Simone Micheli‘s Town@house street in Milan, astounds visitors with its vibrant colour schemes and monolithic furnishings left up to the guests' free interpretation. For a visit characterised by full immersion in the city, the walls are covered with blown-up photographs taken by Maurizio Marcato on the streets of Milan. "
" Concreteness and dynamism are the keywords describing the Italian Pavilion at Expo 2010 Shanghai. The design produced by a team under the direction of Giampaolo Imbrighi reveals solid compositional choices and assignment of priority to environmental sustainability, and reflects a spirit of change and flexibility with innovative use of clear cement.
GranitiFiandre is a partner of the General Commission of the Italian Government for Expo 2010.
" From an old public swimming pool in central Maastricht built in the ’sixties, Wiel Arets Architects restored a building that contains medieval vaults, making it into a modern hotel that breaks with the trend toward design hotels – luxurious new versions of anonymous non-places. "