The Studio Azzurro Room is a Renaissance hall in the Vatican Museum renamed recently in honour of Studio Azzurro’s interactive video installation In Principio (e poi). The famous artists’ collective used MaxFine porcelain slabs by FMG Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti in the installation, making them part of a work of art in one of the most symbolic sites of world culture.
Photographs by Italo Insolera, author of "Modern Rome", are the focus of the exhibition: Italo Insolera, il bianco e nero delle città Immagini 1951-1984 (the City in Black and White, Photography 1951-1984), which opens today 11th May at the Museum of Rome in Trastevere.
The splendid setting of the VALLE 3.0 architecture studio in Rome saw the convivial event of a symposium dedicated to the relationship between architectural training and practice, organised by the Architects Council of Europe and the European Association for Architectural Education, with the National Council of Architects, Planners, Landscape Architects and Conservationists.
Everything began at Maxxi in Roma! It was the first building that Zaha Hadid designed in Italy, and it is here that an exhibition has recently opened showing the architect’s relationship with the country.