WHO‘S NEXT? We need to talk about homelessness

An important, extremely topical issue, which has been pushed into the background in times of the Corona pandemic, is homelessness. Anyone of us who thinks to master and to survive this exceptional situation within his possibilities and in his environment, even to emerge strengthened from this situation, overlooks the fact that there is an increasing…… Continue reading WHO‘S NEXT? We need to talk about homelessness

Joan Miró at Villa Manin (Alone at night)

This winter Villa Manin, located next to Udine/Italy hosts an “absolutely worth a visit” exhibition about Joan Miró focused on an intense period of his work starting in 1956 when he moved to Palma de Mallorca. The exhibition brings together an important collection of his works, many of which have never been exhibited in Italy before, linked…… Continue reading Joan Miró at Villa Manin (Alone at night)

Vistacasa 4/2015

In our summer issue we met Roberto Presta who (among other products) represents GREENWOOD VENICE, an innovative material for outdoor floors and wall coverings for our “3 questions to…” interview series for Vistacasa, wrote an article about “Tarabusino Ristorante” located in the lagoon of Grado/Italy and visited the exhibition “Paul Schneider-Elsleben, Architect” in Munich. Read more. If you…… Continue reading Vistacasa 4/2015

Richard Meier. Architecture and Design at Bisazza Foundation

The Fondazione Bisazza for Design and Contemporary Architecture, a private non profit organisation near Vicenza, is hosting until July 28th a personal exhibition by Richard Meier, who is celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of his activity in 2013 since the opening of RMP studio in New York in 1963. It will include some of the most representative works of…… Continue reading Richard Meier. Architecture and Design at Bisazza Foundation

Polaroid Love

During the weekend we have seen the exhibition “Paesaggio Italia”of the Italian photographer Maurizio Galimberti in Venice. We were fascinated by the rhythm and the geometry of his work, showing things untouched, from the very basic snapshot to wall filling art work. The video about his work is worth watching. The exhibition will remain open…… Continue reading Polaroid Love