Brise Soleil Grado – Catch of the week – Project by Architect and Friends

In one of our latest projects in Italy, a renovation of a beach residence in Grado, we introduced a decorative facade element and handrail made of Greenwood, an eco-compatible hi-tech composite wood. Greenwood is the result of a research project to protect the Venice lagoon. Originally used for mooring poles and public transport landing stages Greenwood… Read More Brise Soleil Grado – Catch of the week – Project by Architect and Friends

Europe could be fun!

On June 17th, 2016 dezeen posted an article about the concerns and fears of creatives all over the UK. OMA founder Rem Koolhaas says that Britain’s EU Leave campaigners believe they can change England back to the way it was, but don’t understand what that really means. Koolhaas studied at London’s Architectural Association and in the 2000s OMA and its research arm AMO worked on a… Read More Europe could be fun!

Be nice!

Today we would like to reblog a newsletter from Christopher Kennedy, an interior designer we met in Palm Springs during Modernism Week that speaks for itself: So many emotions today. “I am in Chicago to launch a product — and I ought to be excited — but suddenly that seems terribly trivial to talk about.… Read More Be nice!

A new design map has been drawn! In occasion of the 2016 Architecture Biennale in Venice, Italy a new design festival during the first Biennale month (May, 25th – June, 26th) will take place around town. Historic buildings, hidden cloisters, design boutiques, private galleries and unexpected places will become the cardinal points of DESIGN.VE design… Read More