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.
New buildings and important renovation projects have changed the look of Milan and its landmarks in recent years. Here are some of the projects that have attracted the most attention among Floornature and Livegreenblog readers.
Area 17 and INRES have redeveloped Galleria R-Nord in a ’70s housing development near the railway station in Modena. FMG Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti, Eiffelgress and Iris Ceramica made the floor and wall coverings inside and outside the shopping gallery.
The Cleveland Civic Core and Convention Center Complex, the renovation and expansion project designed by LMN Architects in partnership with landscape architects GGN and the design-build team of URS, Robert P.
Reclaiming an existing construction with a low environmental impact project that underlines and improves the building’s performance to benefit the community: these are the themes architect Esther Tattoli addresses in the redevelopment of a former skating rink in Andria.
Can excess precipitation be transformed from a problem into a resource? A positive answer comes from The Soul of Nørrebro, a project by a multidisciplinary team led by SLA architectural studio which has won the Nordic Built Cities Challenge Awards.
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