By his memories from initiation to maturity, Stefano Casciani remembers the greatest friend and artist who, beyond glamour and fame, gave social conscience and political identity to Italian design and its industry.
Altri episodi di "One - Architecture & Design"
Tomáš Libertiny: the designer behind the bees
38:50“Function is a potential, all objects can be something, It’s a choice!”. And it is indeed a choice to work with an unusual “team” of co-workers; the bee colonies that have been living on the roof of the Kunsthal. He drew his inspiration from the The Karamazov Brothers, (the final novel by Russian author Fyodor Dostoevsky) which represents a kind of shadow or anti-novel where two visions - one existential and tragic, the other christian and comic are unequally balanced trapped in between the hero and anti-hero philosophical cage. They have been “invited” to collaborate with Tomáš Libertíny on realising his newest work of art: ‘Eternity’. The protagonist is the designer’s idea, the attention shifts from the “product” to the idea that underlies it and the thought that it expresses. The move is from material to durable immaterial the synthesis of concept and object in this specific case. (His project "Made by Bees" is to be showcased during the next 17th International Architecture Exhibition titled “How will we live together ?” curated by Hashim Sarkis and organized by La Biennale di Venezia).Read more on One Magazine > https://one.listonegiordano.com/en/design-en/tomas-libertiny
Enzo Mari: an Alien in Milan
19:37By his memories from initiation to maturity, Stefano Casciani remembers the greatest friend and artist who, beyond glamour and fame, gave social conscience and political identity to Italian design and its industry.
Daniele Minestrini, an all-italian talent in New York
30:38It was a small step straight from the city of Perugia, in Umbria, the most authentic region in Italy, to the iconic metropolis of New York (the city that never sleeps). Or was it a quantum leap, for the Italian designer and entrepreneur Daniele Minestrini? Like an electron when it bounds from one orbital to the next.Read the article on One Magazine > https://one.listonegiordano.com/en/architecture/daniele-minestrini/
Stefano Pasqualetti: an italian man in New York
19:07Stefano Pasqualetti: an italian man in New YorkBoston Consulting Group: a brand new headquarter in Miami - https://one.listonegiordano.com/en/architecture/boston-consulting-group-a-brand-new-headquarter-in-miami/
In Monaco beats the heart of the new hotel de Paris
6:50The historic Hotel de Paris is situated in the heart of Monaco, looking out over the Mediterranean and near the city’s nightspots.First opened in 1864, the Hotel de Paris is situated in the heart of Monaco. It looks out over the Mediterranean Sea, near the Casino, Café de Paris and Jardins des Boulgrins. Refurbishment and restoration of the hotel by Affine Design is part of a broader renewal project of the entire area, among other things including restoration of the Hotel Hermitage and construction of the new Sporting d’Hiver complex. The project has attracted internationally-renowned designers.Read the article on One Magazine > https://one.listonegiordano.com/en/architecture/hotel-de-paris/
Germano Celant: an arts officer and a gentleman
31:48Stefano Casciani recalls memories and adventures of Germano Celant, the bravest italian critic and curator.
A historic dwelling in Texas blending contemporary interior design and early XX century architecture
3:35Built in 1909, #6 Courtlandt Place was the initial home built on Courtland Place– the first elite neighborhood in Houston, TX. In the early 1900s, Courtland Place sat at the end of a trolley line for the businessmen working in and building downtown Houston. Fast forward to today and the historic neighborhood is in the middle of the bustling Montrose area.Read the full article here > https://one.listonegiordano.com/en/architecture/historic-dwelling-texas-contemporary-interior-design/
Michele De Lucchi unveils his Earth Stations workplace in Milan | Listone Giordano Arena
6:05Called connecting experiences, Michele De Lucchi‘s architectural project for Listone Giordano Arena has seen the space hosting two sculptural prototypes of his Earth Stations.De Lucchi, along with AMDL Circle, has spent years researching how the evolution of technology will help humans design their work environments in the future to allow them to get closer to nature.Read the article about Listone Giordano Arena > https://one.listonegiordano.com/en/architecture/listone-giordano-arena-genesi-e-metamorfosi/Read the article about the Earth Stations > https://one.listonegiordano.com/en/architecture/architettura-futurista-le-visionarie-sculture-earth-stations/
Penthouse One-11: the sinuous Zaha Hadid watchtower at Citylife
4:14Zaha Hadid ArchitectsA rigorous aesthetic generates a harmonious relationship between nature and technical prowess in this luxury residence on a human scale.This urban development project from CityLife in Milan, on a site formerly occupied by the Fiera, redesigns a portion of the city on a human scale, offering broad green spaces and an extensive network of pedestrian walkways, characterized by a functional mix of homes, offices, stores, and leisure.Read the article here > bit.ly/penthouse11
432 Park Avenue, Matteo Nunziati interior design flies high
3:15Matteo Nunziati designs the hallmark elements of the 767 square meters’ penthouse inside the 432 Park Avenue skyscraper in New York. 432 Park Avenue is an exclusively residential building, located in the heart of Manhattan and a short distance from Central Park.Read the article here > bit.ly/432parkavenuenunziati