On Largo Duomo some images of the iconic research about "Giancarlo De Carlo e la Liguria". The text is written by my collegue Stefano Passamonti (fōndaco studio): an attempt to read the combination between two fundamental ideas: the autonomy of the cluster and the specificity of the place's morphology. Thanks to the Director Luca Barontini and Daniele Menichini, head of Ordine degli Architetti PPC di Livorno.
On Professione Architetto you can find a new podcast in collaboration with Lucia Bosso: I was invited to tell some stories and open up about my idea of travel, memory and photography. Thanks also to Elisa Scapicchio.
Tomorrow morning, in the context of the research supported by the scientific committee of Accademia di San Luca and Archivio Progetti IUAV of Venice, fōndaco studio is going to discuss the articulated figure of Giancarlo De Carlo at University of Genova
With: Prof.Arch. Carmen Andriani, Architect, full professor of architecture and urban design | Francesca Iovene, photographer | Luigi Mandraccio, architect | Stefano Passamonti, architect | Francesco Testa, engineer
University of Genova | dAD . Department of architecture and design
Two photos from my visual research about Brera, Milan, are now displayed in the showroom of House of Solferino. The work was commissioned by House of Solferino and curated by Jessica Soffiati. Happy to be in company with Jessica Soffiati, Luigi Fiano, Federico Torra and Alessandro Furchino Capria.
A selection of my work “Sedimenta”, developed during Falìa residency in Lozio Valley in 2018, is now publish on Another Place Magazine. Check it out and thank to Iain Sarjeant.
From tonight in Pescara, in occasion of the exhibition preview “Anteprima Metafisica” will be displayed one of my favourite photo about Grattacielo Pirelli.
Thanks to Comune di Pescara and Piero Geminelli.
19th - 27th december
Sala degli Alambicchi, Pescara
Inauguration from 6.00 pm
Some of the photos will be featured in the exhibition Reconstructions at Triennale di Milano until February 2019.
Thanks to Claudia Gallo and the curators Nina Bassoli and Alberto Ferlenga