To mark the occasion of the 150th anniversary of relations between Japan and Italy, an exhibition opens on January 19 entitled "Architettura Invisibile" - “Invisible Architecture” at Carlo Bilotti Museum - Aranciera di Villa Borghese in Rome, focusing on Italian and Japanese movements in architecture in the ‘60s and ‘70s and contemporary debate.
In the past twenty years the authorities of the city of Bilbao have given concrete form to a carefully thought-out plan for their city’s urban development, commissioning architectural projects of international relevance which have made the Basque city one of Spain’s most popular tourist destinations.
How Japanese architecture has changed since the days of Arata Isozaki, Tadao Ando and Kazuyo Sejima. From Shigeru Ban to Hosaka Takeshi, the nature of the home in Japan. What to see in Japan: a voyage in discovery of the most interesting city homes.
The Archi Depot Tokyo exhibition at Triennale di Milano and the pavilion and national day of Japan at Expo Milano 2015 offer an excellent starting point for looking at architecture in Japan presented recently in Floornature.
Projects by the most important Japanese architects will be represented through their architectural models at Triennale di Milano July 10 through 19 in the exhibition Archi Depot Tokyo, curated by Fondazione Archi Depot.
In view of the transformations underway as the city prepares for Expo 2015, the current exhibition at Fondazione Riccardo Catella looks at how the skyline of Milan has evolved through 80 skyscrapers built over the past century.
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