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Architecture, Living 13·11·2019

5 hotels: a revived castle in Tuscany

Dream castles, villas and apartments in refurbished historic buildings; Tuscany offers experiences which go beyond charming landscapes, gastronomy and artistic classicism. A trip down memory lane through a luxury hotel which pays tribute to the Renaissance beauty.

Icons 08·11·2019

The provocative ‘material ecology’ by Neri Oxman

Architect, computer designer, inventor and teacher at MIT Media Lab of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; she oversees the research of new ways of meeting between digital manufacturing technology which can interact with the biological world. Neri Oxman is leading a new era for design where microorganisms, bodies, products and buildings can interact symbiotically.

Interior Design, Living 06·11·2019

CasaPlata: silver futurism which escapes nostalgia

Inspired by the pictorial style by Giorgio Morandi and his poetic vision of everyday objects, the Lucas and Hernandez-Gil studio gives this eatery its own personality in Seville.

With a surrealist atmosphere and a silvery grey colour leading the way, this restaurant impresses, because of both its futuristic aesthetic and the richness of its dishes and cocktails, a reinvention of traditional cuisine.

Living 05·11·2019

MoMA: Hello. Again

After four months of refurbishments and 450 million dollars of investment in its facilities, MoMA has reopened its doors with an exhibition space expansion, in which the real value of the remodelling is not a matter of metres, but the creation of a space which reformulates the experience between people and art in the Museums.

#newMoMA

Architecture 25·10·2019

Casa Tec 205: colour leads the way in Monterrey

The Madrid studio overseen by Belén Moneo and Jeff Brock pays tribute to Mexican vernacular architecture with this colourful and sustainable housing project.

Reminiscent of the architects, Barragán and Legorreta, Casa Tec 2015 is the prize awarded by the Tecnológico de Monterrey, which is geared towards raising funds to help the students who need it most.

Icons 24·10·2019

Lázaro Rosa-Violán: “The artisan touch is something we should not ever lose”

Passionate about art, his passion led him to attending classes as a listener at the Academy of Fine Arts when he was just eight; he ended up training as a painter. With a great cultural background, today he enjoys applying his talent in interior design in his own studio, something he has done since 2002. Today, this studio has 200 projects underway and 140 people on its books.

Living, This is about 23·10·2019

The future of autonomous cars: reality or fiction?

The technological race towards autonomous cars is underway, and there are now a lot car companies which are showing their cards in the open war for the launch of the first prototypes.

Although companies such as Tesla, Hyundai, Volvo and Uber are moving steadily towards level 4 cars, there is still a long way to go in terms of engineering, infrastructure and legislation for the real establishing of hybrid driving in cities.

Icons 21·10·2019

‘Collage’ photography by Marco Laborda: the new composite art

From his creative Neurads studio, this artist with a Catalan origin who is based in Madrid, opens up the world in the art and advertising sector through his new conception of ‘collage’ photography. An analogue-digital evolution of paper clippings which simulates painted paintings, which has already been selected by international authors and publications to illustrate their stories.

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