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" After contributing to the volume “Architecture on the web. A critical approach to communication”edited by Paolo Schianchi, Alberto Campo Baeza talks to Floornature in an interview describing his thoughts about communication in architecture, emphasising the importance of photographs, drawings and text in today’s world. He also talks about radical and drastic design of space, and explains why architecture is the best job in the world, with reference to his House of the Infinite. "
" 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. "
" Mariela Apollonio puts museum curators on a pedestal in her collection of photographs entitled The Art Circle. Her series of 23 photographs of curators of prestigious museums all over the world were entered in the 2014 Next Landmark international architecture and photography contest, and won the prize in the Photography section. "
" Lund Hagem's Norwegian studio designed a sculpture museum to house works by artist Knut Steen on the hill overlooking Sandefjord Bay. The construction is made out of only two materials, concrete and glass, to ensure that attention is focused on the work of art in space. The layout offers a perspective on nature. "
" Vector Architects have designed a contemporary multilevel building in Bayuquan, China, an exhibition centre for the Vanke real estate group which becomes part of the city’s waterfront. The materials chosen for the building’s cladding underline a compositional solution in which the boundaries between inside and outside are blurred. "