Op Ed #4 | SMALL (Rossella Ferorelli + Alessandro Cariello): Margherita. Story of a theatre whatever the coast

Op Ed #4 | SMALL (Rossella Ferorelli + Alessandro Cariello): Margherita. Story of a theatre whatever the coast

This story sets in Bari, a medium-sized city that lies on the Southern Adriatic coastline of Italy or, as someone would like to define it, that sort of a “small metropolis” which exactly holds the scale of objects, facts and events shaping the very identity and tone of the Italian things. Here, it is not uncommon to hear the elderlies…

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Op Ed #2 | Cruz Garcia/Nathalie Frankowski (WAI Architecture Think Tank): Manifesto without Qualities

Op Ed #2 | Cruz Garcia/Nathalie Frankowski (WAI Architecture Think Tank): Manifesto without Qualities

We, the sons and daughters of crises created by others declare that we won’t lay flat or roll over in this ideological war. We declare this era of idiosyncratic iconophilia dead. We open the path for a new architecture. An architecture beyond the impasse of now and yesterday. An Iconoclastic Architecture. We will move forward with a new set of…

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Op Ed #1 | Davide Tommaso Ferrando: The Italianness of Italian landscape

Op Ed #1 | Davide Tommaso Ferrando: The Italianness of Italian landscape

Italian Landscape | 2014 Between the 17th and 18th Century, as it is well known, traveling several months around Europe (and reserving Italy as the crucial destination of the trip) became quite common among the young bourgeoisie and aristocrats of the old continent. Some truly willing to learn from the past, others mainly interested in living an exotic experience, the…

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