G-Star RAW and artist Maarten Baas refashion denim waste into design and art pieces at Milan Design Week. ‘More or Less’ exhibition spotlights the endless possibilities of denim and the tension between the desire for more but the need for less.
Open to the public
None. Entrance is free
A historic family hotel in the Pustertal valley has been extended and redesigned by studio noa*. The new wave deck embeds it into the landscape and makes it a place for sports and entertainment. Where you can ski, skate or walk in the middle of the Alpine nature.
Falkensteiner Family Resort Lido
noa* network of architecture
Ehrenburg/Casteldarne, Pustertal Valley, South Tyrol, Italy
Villa Nero is a concept house overlooking Lake Como, designed to blend seamlessly into the mountainous terrain with a green roof that perfectly complements the surrounding greenery. The villa's design strikes a balance between luxury and minimalism, characterized by its sleek lines and uncluttered space.
Lake Como, Italy
Rhinoceros 3D, Grasshopper, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
The Il Melograno S.s. farm is located in Olmi, in the municipality of San Biagio di Callalta in the province of Treviso, Italy. Near the ancient Roman road known as the Via Claudia Augusta, it stands within a site mainly used for agriculture, destined in large part to vineyards.
San Biagio di Callalta, Treviso, Italy
ZIKZAK Architects participated in the competition "Reuse the Nymphaeum - Genazzano (Rome) – a project of reusing Bramante's Nymphaeum. The Nymphaeum is a forgotten Renaissance pavilion built in the early 15th century in a rural area near Rome.
Reuse of the Nymphaeum
Decisive and peremptory lines silhouette geometric volumes, define sharp proportions, and give the project an aura of elegant rationality. Built from scratch in a markedly contemporary style, without concessions to stereotypes or superfluous “special effects”, but rather in harmony with the idea of new minimalism that characterises the ethos of ZDA...
ZDA | Zupelli Design Architettura
The Building Group unveils the new top floor apartment of The Number 6 on the occasion of the eighth anniversary of the Building of the Year Award, awarded by ArchDaily readers in 2015. The modernisation project was designed by the bp+p architecture studio to adapt to the renewed post-pandemic housing needs.
The Number 6
Gruppo Building / Boffa Petrone & Partners
An antique wooden barn located in the middle of the Dolomites around Belluno becomes the vacation home for a young couple of clients. Cadore is an alpine region that enjoys cold, snowy winters and breathtaking views.
Lorenzago di Cadore, Belluno, Veneto, Italy