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Gio Ponti Loving Architecture at Maxxi and other exhibitions open again

28-05-2020

Gio Ponti Loving Architecture at Maxxi and other exhibitions open again

Museums, foundations and galleries are finally reopening to the public following the lockdown due to the covid-19 pandemic. Their calendars have undergone some major changes, from Maxxi in Rome, where the exhibition "Gio Ponti – Loving Architecture” has reopened, to Triennale di Milano, which continues its “Decameron: stories in streaming” project. Let us look at a number of architecture-related exhibitions announced in Floornature.

Farewell to Nanda Vigo, artist and designer of light

22-05-2020

Farewell to Nanda Vigo, artist and designer of light

Milanese architect and designer Nanda Vigo died on May 16 at the age of 83. A key figure on the Italian art scene in the 60s and 70s who worked with architects such as Giò Ponti and artists such as Lucio Fontana, she was the subject of a retrospective held in 2015-2016 at SpazioFMGperl'architettura, the gallery and showroom of Iris Ceramica Group brands Iris Ceramica and FMG Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti, organised by curator Luca Molinari and entitled “Opere abitate da opere 1959 – 1972” - “Artworks inhabited by artworks 1959 - 1972".

Architecture and Design post-COVID-19

21-05-2020

Architecture and Design post-COVID-19

The White Paper titled “DesignTech for Future” written by the architectural firms involved in the Design Tech Hub of the MIND Milano Innovation District, provides a series of solutions for thirteen different sectors, integrating design and technology to make work and living spaces safe in the post Covid-19 world.

From Sicily to Milan: Forte Architetti’s residential interiors

07-05-2020

From Sicily to Milan: Forte Architetti’s residential interiors

Three interesting interior design projects by Forte Architetti. Starting with the landscape of Sicily, in the shadow of Mt. Etna, where architect Roberto Forte designed a family home and farm in a lemon grove. Then heading even further south, with an interior in Ortigia, the historic centre of the city of Syracuse, before travelling all the way up the boot of Italy to give a new identity to an anonymous apartment in Milan.

L22 Urban & Building by Lombardini22, New urban image for the Sarca 222 building

06-05-2020

L22 Urban & Building by Lombardini22, New urban image for the Sarca 222 building

Lombardini22 completed an urban renewal project on an industrial building at Viale Sarca 222 in Milan, constructed in the sixties and renovated in the early 2000s. The building now has a new urban image designed by Lombardini22’s L22 Urban & Building division, consistent with the evolution of the district. The architects designed a grid of frames and glass elements giving Sarca 222 a dynamic rhythm of solids and hollows.

Giuseppe Tortato Architetti creates the Interior Design project for Campus Certosa

22-04-2020

Giuseppe Tortato Architetti creates the Interior Design project for Campus Certosa

The Giuseppe Tortato Architetti firm designed the restyling project of the Campus Certosa complex in Milan. The goal was to modernise the overall image of the campus, providing the external façades of the main building with a new look, to then proceed with the indoor spaces. For the interior design project, architects completely reorganised the students’ dorms, together with the reception, common and meeting areas, in order to ensure the greater well-being of those who spend time in these spaces.

Piuarch’s Human Technopole Campus research building on the former Expo site in Milan

20-04-2020

Piuarch’s Human Technopole Campus research building on the former Expo site in Milan

Piuarch, the architectural practice founded by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, won the international design contest held by Fondazione Human Technopole and Arexpo for the former Expo site in Milan, where the Human Technopole Campus will be built: a new research facility, ten floors high with 35,000 square metres of floor space where cutting-edge laboratories and technologies will be available to scientists about three years from now.

CMR project: De Castillia 23 Milano for Urban Up of the Unipol Group

17-04-2020

CMR project: De Castillia 23 Milano for Urban Up of the Unipol Group

With the technical assistance of Fiandre Architectural Surfaces, Progetto CMR has transformed a building in a historic neighbourhood in Milan into a building in the vanguard of sustainability. De Castillia 23, the new office complex designed by Urban Up, employs Active Clean Air & Antibacterial Ceramic™ technology for façade coverings.

SLOWEAR18: mixing clothes and cocktails

10-04-2020

SLOWEAR18: mixing clothes and cocktails

Visual Display, the creative branding and interior design specialist founded by Giorgio di Bernardo is behind a versatile project that brings together two worlds for the sustainable use of one the rarest resources in our cities: space.

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