Stefano Perego: photography as means of historical investigation

His work is one of the most important testimonies ever made on the architecture of the former U.R.S.S.

Massimo Siragusa: reality as a representation

The photographer won 4 World Press Photo Awards and worked for many international brands such as Ferrari, Lavazza and Versace to name a few.

Davide Macullo: when architecture approaches art

The Swiss architect who built “a habitable sculpture” tells us about his way of making architecture built around man.

Andrea Lupi: the art director of Antonio Lupi

The art director of Antonio Lupi tells us about his company which has been leader in the world of bathroom furnishings for decades.

Giulio Iacchetti: the design from all points of view

He has created objects for the most important Italian brands and has been awarded twice with the Compasso d’Oro.

Mario Trimarchi: between design and sculpture

Mario Trimarchi won the Compasso d’Oro with the “Ossidiana” project for Alessi, a sculpture more than a coffee maker.

Pedevilla Architects: the use of matter as decoration

Interview with Alexander and Armin Pedevilla founders of the Pedevilla Architecs studio and winners of several awards included Best Architects Awards and the German Design Award 2019.

Armando Ruinelli: how to reinvent simple things

Winner of the Häuser AWARD and Best Architects Award, for the Swiss architect the craftsmanship becomes a design tool.

Emiliano Ponzi: the contemporary man narrated through illustrations

Emiliano Ponzi is a great Italian illustrator. His drawings have appeared on the covers of the most important newspapers in the world.

noa* network of architecture: against the boredom of architecture

Lukas Rungger and Stefan Rier, former students of Matteo Thun, have founded the architecture studio noa *. They are distinguished by their direct language that is capable of surprising.