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Ferrari unveils glossy lifestyle concept store designed by Sybarite

June 11, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Ferrari Maranello store interior by Sybarite

London architectural studio Sybarite has paid tribute to Ferrari’s legacy in the car brand’s lifestyle concept store, which features a scarlet glass wall that recalls a racetrack and a terracotta facade that nods to its Italian heritage. Revealed here in photographs shared exclusively with Dezeen, the store is arranged across a single open-plan floor in

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Zaha Hadid Architects set to design Italian Hyperloop system

June 9, 2021 James Parkes 0
The system is comprised of two tubes

London studio Zaha Hadid Architects has signed an agreement to develop a Hyperloop high-speed transport system across Italy. The studio announced that it will be collaborating with Hyperloop Italia to design the “next phase of works” for a planned near-supersonic network in the country. “We are looking forward to collaborating with Hyperloop Italia; marrying transformative architecture, engineering

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Dirk Somers creates fictional city from fifty recently completed Flemish buildings

June 9, 2021 Cajsa Carlson 0
Venice Architecture Biennale - Belgian Pavilion 2021

Dirk Somers, founder of Antwerp studio Bovenbouw Architectuur, created a “fictional, yet recognisable” Flemish city named Composite Presence for the Belgian Pavilion at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale. Composite Presence was constructed from 50 models of recent projects in Brussels and Flanders – a region in northern Belgium – that were completed by 45 contemporary architecture studios

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Presicci + Pantanella D’Ettorre Architetti creates minimal Tuscan farmhouse

June 5, 2021 Alyn Griffiths 0
The home is located on a country road

Architects Valeria Presicci and Carlo Pantanella D’Ettorre have completed a house in Orbetello, Italy, featuring a simple stone exterior and pared-back interiors. The Casamanda residence is located in the coastal Maremma area of Tuscany and aims to make the most of its rural setting with views of the surrounding wetlands. The house was designed by

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Lively Family-Friendly Home interior With Bold Colour

May 31, 2021 HD Staff 0

The Secret Garden project is a bright and uplifting modern family home located in Rome, Italy, designed by Maurizio Giovannoni. The homeowners’ initial brief called for a redistribution of space to accommodate their lively family, including an open plan living room, a private home office, a personalised room for each of their two children, and […]

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Foster + Partners turns former 16th-century convent into Apple Store

May 27, 2021 James Parkes 0
The Apple Store has marble interiors

Fosters + Partners has restored and converted the Palazzo Marignoli in Rome into an Apple Store, uncovering historic features and opening up a central courtyard. Apple Via del Corso is located near the Piazza Colonna in the centre of Rome, occupying the historic Palazzo Marignoli. The Apple Via del Corso building dates back to the

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Germany’s 2038 pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale puts QR codes on walls of empty building

May 25, 2021 Cajsa Carlson 0
German pavilion with QR codes

Germany has divided opinion at the Venice Architecture Biennale by inviting visitors to wander around an empty pavilion and experience digital content via QR codes. Called 2038 – The New Serenity, the presentation consists of a virtual “Cloud Pavilion” accessed by pointing smartphones at matrix barcodes on the walls of Germany’s neoclassical exhibition venue in

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Visitors share their impressions of “interesting and courageous” Venice Architecture Biennale

May 25, 2021 Marcus Fairs 0
Venice Architecture Biennale 2021

With the Venice Architecture Biennale now open to the public, attendees have given their verdict on the first major cultural event to take place since the pandemic began. “It was interesting and very courageous,” architect Stefano Boeri told Dezeen. “And how important it is for Venice to say that the biennale is still alive. It

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The pandemic has “re-imagined how we can exhibit” says Venice Architecture Biennale curator Hashim Sarkis

May 19, 2021 Cajsa Carlson 0
Venice Architecture Biennale curator Hashim Sarkis

Installing the Venice Architecture Biennale, which opens 22 May, during the pandemic has forced participating architects to work in a more collaborative and sustainable way, according to curator Hashim Sarkis. “It has definitely affected, in a creative way, the question of efficiency and how we can reduce our carbon footprint,” he told Dezeen. “Many teams

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