For a few weeks now, the new pavilion designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop for artworks and fine wines has supplemented the already extensive architectural offer of the Château La Coste property in Provence.
Without a doubt, Château La Coste cannot be missed if you are a lover of art, nature, fine wine and stunning architecture. The pavilion, designed by Renzo Piano, is just the latest addition to enrich this property in Provence.
The new Palais de Justice in Paris designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop is a composition of steel and glass volumes rising upwards, with photovoltaic panels winding over the glass surface like punctuation marks, adding interest to the whole and creating an unusual building.
During the International Architecture Exhibition at the Biennale in Venice, Fondazione Emilio e Annabianca Vedova presents an exhibition about projects by Renzo Piano Building Workshop in a special installation curated by Studio Azzurro.
On its 250th anniversary, from 15th September the Royal Academy of Arts will present a large exhibition dedicated to architect Renzo Piano and the projects created by his RPBW studio. It is the first complete exhibition dedicated to the Italian architect to take place in London since 1989.
Triennale di Milano hosts two exhibitions addressing the theme of reconstruction. “Ricostruzioni. Architettura, città e paesaggio nell’epoca delle distruzioni” (“Reconstruction: Architecture, city and landscape in the age of destruction”) opened on November 30 , while “re/build in the built environment” opens on December 14 looking at the relationship between architecture and the built environment.
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