Selgas Cano Second Home office

ARCHITIZER (online) 10 December 2014 SelgasCano Crafts New Coworking Paradigm for Second Home Office Space Quiet is the first quality you notice when entering the Second Home coworking space in London, an unusual ambiance in such an environment. “Curved plastic partitions are the best shape to guarantee sound insulation,” explained José Selgas, founder, together with Lucia Cano,…

Venice architecture biennale 2014

PORT MAGAZINE (online) 9 June 2014 ‘Absorbing Modernity 1914-2014‘ is the theme proposed by curator Rem Koolhaas to the 65 countries participating at the recently opened Fundamentals: Venice Architecture Biennale. The Dutch architect has unified the research of participants around a unique topic – his first major change since taking on the role – to generate and…

Design Talks #MDW 2014

ARCHIPRODUCTS Design Talks Milan Design Week 2014 Archiproducts talks about iSaloni through the trends of international design. 3 crews went around stands and locations during the world’s most important design week interviewing more than 150 designers that reinvented and interpreted the products from the best brands of Il Salone 2014. During the Milan Design Week…

La vecchia Tate si rifà il look

IL GIORNALE DELL’ARCHITETTURA  Novembre 2013 Londra. A poco più di un anno di distanza dall’inaugurazione della prima parte dell’ampliamento della Tate Modern a Bankside, firmata dal duo svizzero Herzog & de Meuron, riaperta il 19 novembre l’ala più antica della Tate Britain ristrutturata dallo studio londinese Caruso St.John e originariamente disegnata dall’architetto Sydney R.J. Smith nel 1897. L’intervento, costato 45 milioni di…

Charlotte Perriand: A Life of Creation

PORT MAGAZINE (online) 12 December 2013 One of the finest furniture designers and architects of the twentieth century, Eleonora Usseglio Prinsi talks to Perriand’s daughter about her legacy, and why, nearly 15 years after her death, her work remains contemporary Charlotte Perriand’s contribution to the world of architecture and design was vital: beyond her own…

Faye Toogood — The Interview

CONTEMPORARY STANDARD (online) November 2013 Faye Toogood is one of the most interesting designers in the UK panorama. With her mix between craft and sculpture she elaborates an elegant design with high sense of materiality and narrative. During the last London Design Festival she was invited to the prestigious V&A to participate with another 14 designers at…

Person of interest Jing Liu

VESPA Magazine (online) September 2013 Born in China and now founder of one of the most interesting New York based young practices, Jing Liu (1980) is one of the architects of SO-IL (Solid Objective-Idenburg Liu) with Florian Idenburg. The young practice became famous in 2001 with their installation Pole Dance, which won the YAP competition…