INTERVIEWS

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.

An interview with Giacomo Costa: the artist of the digital age

An artist who for over 20 years has been investigating the relationship between man and nature and tries to make people aware of respect for our planet. The preface of his monograph was written by Norman Foster.

Wespi de Meuron Romeo Architetti: the interview with Luca Romeo

Luca Romeo from Wespi de Meuron Romeo Architetti studio tells us how their projects are born, characterized by an interesting approach to interior.

Interview with Stefano Testa, founder of LEAPfactory

Stefano Testa and his partner Luca Gentilcore founded LEAPfactory, an Italian company that offers a new way to building.

JM Architecture: the interview with Jacopo Mascheroni

Jacopo Mascheroni began his professional career in the United States and founded his own studio JM Architecture in 2005 in Milan.

Rocco Borromini between contemporaneity and tradition

Rocco Borromini Italian architect combines contemporary design with traditional materials.

A chat with Patrik Pedó of Monovolume

Patrik Pedò graduated with a degree in architecture from the University of Innsbruck and, together with Jury Anton Pobitzer, he is the founder of Monovolume firm.

Our interview with Peter Pichler

Our interview with Peter Pichler, young promise of international architecture.