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NextLandmark International Contest 2018: Venice, Hospitality Interior Design

03-05-2018

NextLandmark International Contest 2018: Venice, Hospitality Interior Design

The seventh edition of the Next Landmark contest, promoted by the Floornature.com architecture and design portal edited by the Iris Ceramica Group, begins. It comes full circle and returns to Venice, where it all began, but is now enriched by new experiences and designs for the future, like the partnership with FICO, the world’s largest agri-food park.

The winners of the Next Landmark Architectural SKIN

25-10-2017

The winners of the Next Landmark Architectural SKIN

Gregory Lacoua and Ellevuelle Architetti are the winners of the sixth edition of Next Landmark, the international contest sponsored by Floornature, the Iris Ceramica Group architecture and design Web portal.

6th Next Landmark Architectural SKIN contest

19-06-2017

6th Next Landmark Architectural SKIN contest

The upcoming sixth international contest held by Floornature, the Iris Ceramica Group's architecture and design portal, is entitled Architectural SKIN and has plenty of new features in store, as well as a trip to Moscow for the winners!

Mirko Franzoso: Community centre in Caltron for community identity

12-04-2017

Mirko Franzoso: Community centre in Caltron for community identity

A finalist for the international Next Landmark 2016 award, Mirko Franzoso’s community centre in Carlton is è profoundly linked with its location while going a step beyond the traditional local style.

Civitavecchia-Capranica: conversion of abandoned railway stations

24-03-2017

Civitavecchia-Capranica: conversion of abandoned railway stations

The winner in the Research category in the international Next Landmark contest organised by Floornature, Jessica Tozzi and Alessandra Lomanto’s graduating thesis presents a plan for conversion of unused railway stations into facilities for visitors.

MEXTRÓPOLI, grand forum of Latin-American architecture

10-03-2017

MEXTRÓPOLI, grand forum of Latin-American architecture

From 11 to 14 March, Mexico City is hosting the fourth edition of MEXTRÓPOLI called ¡Vive la ciudad extraordinaria!.

Zuloark, finalist in 2016 NextLandmark with DSS2016

19-12-2016

Zuloark, finalist in 2016 NextLandmark with DSS2016

Spanish collective Zuloark was one of the ten finalists in the Landmark of the Year category of the 2016 Next Landmark contest organised by the Floornature portal.

Martina Berger, Creating The Future - Next Landmark2016

09-12-2016

Martina Berger, Creating The Future - Next Landmark2016

Martina Berger is the 2016 winner of the fifth Next Landmark, the international architecture and photography contest.  A photographer with a very solid background: a Fine Arts degree from the Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti (NABA - New Academy of Fine Arts) in Milan, a Masters in Photography and Visual Design, and further refinement at Istituto Europeo di Design (IED - European design school).  Martina Berger participated in the 2016 Next Landmark contest with her work titled “Creating The Future”: the narrative of a futuristic metropolis that rose up from the desert. A place without a past, solely projected towards the future.  This photographer thus followed the ongoing evolution of Dubai, making repeat visits to the city, each time astounded by how quickly it changed. Change caused by the rapid construction of new buildings that look as if they are rising up directly from the sand, turning what only a few months earlier were familiar into almost unrecognisable places.  So much development at such an amazingly fast pace, very quickly moving from a shopping centre on the “Creek” to a city with towering skyscrapers - this was the object of Martina Berger's photography work in Dubai.  You might compare her work to her predecessor Berenice Abbott, who was stunned by the visual potential of New York City back in 1929 and decided to immortalise its urban evolution which, like Dubai in our times, became more and more tangible through the construction of skyscrapers. Now, we can see the same approach through the lens of Martina Berger as she fixes and immortalises the contemporary nature of this Arabian city.  Her narrative of Dubai is in black and white, because by removing all colour she showcases the ethereal perception of the buildings, in turn accentuated by the desert climate, the sandstorms and an intense white light. The composition of the image chosen by Martina Berger is far different from the substrates of the common imagination, to bring us close to the transformation underway in Dubai.  With lots of visual references, Martina Berger convinced the international judges of 2016 Next Landmark 2016, and won first prize in the Photography section; she will receive her award and exhibit her work in Berlin at Fab Architectural Bureau in Kreuzberg. Christiane Bürklein (@chrisbuerklein) Martina Berger Linkedin Facebook Instagram

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