This is about 08·06·2020
Culture has become our best ally in coping with COVID-19. Films, books and music take us away from the daily onslaught of information and show us that other reality as designed by architects like Frank Lloyd, Norman Foster and Zaha Hadid in each of their works. Many of them have been eternalised through cinema or documentaries. In this article we show you some of the cinematographic relics that you must see during this quarantine.
The founders of Grafton Architects have reached the highest award in architecture because of their cosmopolitan, brutalist style, in which every building establishes a direct connection with the natural, sociological, and cultural environment; uniting people with the urban core.
The United Arab Emirates starts its countdown to Expo 2020 Dubai. The global exhibition,…
The capital is hosting the third edition of this event until 29 February with Turin as a guest city. With 290 activities planned and more than 400 professionals invited, the event transforms every corner of the city into an art gallery to “redesign the world,” as its motto suggests.
The Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities has handed out eight awards to those companies and professionals that have based their business model and business strategy on innovation and prestigious design.
Porcelanosa Grupo, Point and Marisa Gallén, are some of the award-winners in this edition.
One year after the launch of the Global Commitment to the New Plastic Economy, which promotes a new circular economy for the material, its first annual report reveals progress in reducing the use of virgin plastic, plastic pollution, and a growing demand in recycled plastics.
Sharing is part of our current urban life. Streets, green spaces, commercial areas, public furniture, restaurants, leisure. We share the air that we breathe. ‘Shared Cities: Creative Monumentum’ (SCCM) is the project which has valued coexistence as a way of turning urban life into a more sustainable style.