The second edition of genesis, the cycle of lectures on the creation of an architecture project, established as an initiative of students and teachers from the Architecture Engineering course of the Engineering School - University of Pisa exploring the genesis of an architectural project is concluding with a lecture by the Spanish architect Elisa Valero Ramos.
This is an important spring for architecture in Pisa: while the second edition of the Genesis Lecture conferences is underway, the LP association organises a discussion about architecture and an exhibition about the Les Docks project in Marseilles by Italian studio 5+1AA.
Here comes the second edition of genesis, the architecture lectures with international guests established as an initiative of students and teachers from the Architecture Engineering course of the Engineering School - University of Pisa exploring the genesis of an architectural project.
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.
The Serpentine Gallery pavilions are temporary structures that last only one summer. They are always designed by an architect or architectural practice that has never before built anything in the United Kingdom. Let us take a look at recent pavilions presented in Floornature.
On February 10 the Serpentine Gallery announced that the 16th Serpentine Pavilion would be designed by BIG, Bjarke Ingels Group. This year’s Pavilion will be accompanied by four "Summer Houses" designed by four more architects.
The project by the SANAA architecture firm was chosen over the Snøhetta proposal for the construction of the New National Gallery of Budapest and the Ludwig Museum; the project is part of the cultural master plan that will endow the Városliget Park with various architectural buildings dedicated to culture.
At the end of 2015 MoMA in New York announced its 2016 exhibition calendar. From March through July the museum will host an interesting exhibition exploring the work of two prominent Japanese architectural practices: Toyo Ito and SANAA.
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