Days are short, mostly greyish and the last days in the old year are full with preparation for Christmas, finishing work for this year. Wouldn’t it be great to escape for a while? Then slip your shoes off and head to the Dreamroom in Udine/Italy at the Spazioersetti. This space is entirely dedicated to sound and architecture and it permanently hosts a resident installation made of sinewaves and video projections by Antonio Della Marina and Alessandra Zucchi.
During our stay in Berlin for the Festival of Lights we had the opportunity to visit one of the largest buildings ever, the airport of Berlin Tempelhof. It was first built in 1927, in the mid 1930′s due to growing air traffic, began a massive reconstruction. Being bombed during WW II and rebuilt afterwards, in the late 1940′s it was the airport where planes took off and arrived for the Berlin Airlift. In 2008 the last plane took off and now you can rent the complex for events and fairs.
From October 4th to 20th 2013 the Festival of Lights in Berlin will take place, where sights and monuments in Berlin will be transformed by illumination and projection. The festival includes various special events such as the arts and culture event “OpenCity“, the “LightRun”, “Jazz in the ministry gardens“ and Sunday sales in shopping centres. When it was organised for the first time in 2005 by Birgit Zander the aim was to concept and establish a world-renowned public event for Germany’s capital, and in 2012 1.5 million guests have been in town for the event!
After our summer break we are back again and ready for everything to come! During our short stay in Venice we felt in love with this beautiful installation of the Campana Brothers with remaining glass pieces from Venini. We like the bold colors, the textures, the size, the combination of traditional craftsmanship and the modern approach.
During the last couple of days everybody is getting ready for the summer holidays, last business meetings are nearly done, the desk is cleaned up, and you can already smell the tanning lotion and hear the ice cubes in your aperitivo. But you are still looking for a place to go? We came across the new wing of the historic Hotel Mare e Pineta at Milano Marittima in Italy, which was designed and furnished by Piero Lissoni. The hotel offers also 10 tennis courts, a private beach with club house, restaurant and bar. Doesn’t it look great?
Wow, what a week! First our hotel project Doellerer’s Genusswelten in Golling near Salzburg/Austria was mentioned in the Spanish online magazine 138acmagazine, and now our project Colmata Uno in Grado/Italy was presented in the Italian magazine Vistacasa. After the long, intense years of work it is great to see these beautiful results. Enjoy exploring the projects and our work!