Portsoken Pavilion, a sculptural monocoque structure by Make Architects, has been unveiled as part of the City of London Corporation’s transformation of a former gyratory into a high-quality public space. The former complex roundabout, with its series of pedestrian subways, has been the subject of intense development for over six years to reroute roads, block […]


This year at the l’università degli studi di milano, Interni Magazine has organized a collection of numerous installations driven by the theme “Open Borders”. For the occasion, the architectural studio MAD Architects creates an invisible border suspended in the Cortile d’onore of the university. The effect is very impactful, and the theme is fully achieved. […]

Torre Arcobaleno

The “Torre Arcobaleno” is located in Milan, near the Porta Garibaldi Railway Station. It is 35 meters high, and it was built in 1964. In this post we’re going to tell you about this particular architecture and reveal some aspects of its backstory. The actual name – Torre Arcobaleno (rainbow tower) – is not the […]


Since have been revealed renderings of the project, the Expo Gate designed by  Scandurra Studio aroused many doubts and perplexities, especially by the citizens. These uncertainties are due to the unique position that Expo Gate occupies within the historic fabric Milanese, exactly opposite the Castello Sforzesco – an important XV Century historic building. What is Expo […]

Editor's Arch reviewPavillions

The Carlo Scarpa Biennale’s entrance and ticketoffice was designed on the occasion of the XXVI Venice Biennale, 1951-52, the venetian Architect was commissioned to design and implement a series of interventions and accommodations including a new entrance and a new ticket office. The requirement of the project, dictated by the then secretary general Rodolfo Pallucchini, […]