Armani Silos Milano
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In the heart of Tortona, in one of the streets that explodes during the Milano Design Week, precisaly in via Bergognone 40, rises the Armani Silos, in the place where originally was located a Nestle deposit. “I chose to call it silos,” says Armani, “because that’s where the grain, material for living, were kept. And […]

Sammezzano Castle
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The Sammezzano Castle is probably the most incredible abandoned architecture in all of Italy. The castle is of Moorish architectural origins, situated in Tuscany, not far from Florence, where reside ceilings, walls and foundations typical of splendid Moorish decoration. Built in the XVI century, the castle was subsequently converted into a private residence of Moorish […]

Foundation-Louis-Vuitton-Buren
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Foundation Louis Vuitton in  Paris is an awesome project inaugurated last year and designed by Frank Gehry. Daniel Buren, Architect and Artist has recently realized the colorful art installation “L’Observatoire de la lumière”, work in situ. Now, the white glassy curved sails of the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris have been stained with 13 vibrant colors.  “It […]

Nestlé Chocolate Museum
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About from the Architect: While Nestlé’s chocolate Factory in Mexico City (located in Paseo Tollocan near Toluca) was in need of an inner pathway for visitors to witness the production of their favorite chocolates, a group of experts put together by rojkind arquitectos and Traqs suggested bigger plans for the company. Continue reading on archdaily.com Architects […]

Fondazione-Prada
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Opened on May 9th, Fondazione Prada Milano is a great complex of buildings and public spaces that you have to visit if you pass around here. It is located in Largo Isarco, Milano and it is restored and designed by OMA.   The project takes place on a former gin distillery, comprising warehouses, laboratories, brewing silos. The intervention, led […]