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The Metronio market experiments original and unpublished solutions, highlighting in a few moments the correspondence between structure and architecture. The building has a pseudo-trapezoidal shape with a helical ramp located at the south. It remains in such way completely open and become a real..

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The disruptive developments of dispersed infrastructure frames a moment in time where we can fundamentally reconceive of how we make, fund, and even conceptualize the world that surrounds us and how we engage with the possibilities of a new Autonomous Urbanism.

Cities began as a simple..

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Experimental House

Fregene, Italy
by Giuseppe Perugini, ...

The experimental house by Giuseppe Perugini, Raynaldo Perugini and Uga De Plaisant was built in Fregene in the late 60s. It is an experimental project both in the form and in the use of materials, which refer to the brutalist architecture characterized by the use of raw concrete on the facade...

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Coastland is an architectural research project. Initiated by an enquiry into the image of architecture, this investigation reveals the complex case study of the socialist leisure facilities on the Western Black Sea Coast. The vast political mechanism, the social discrimination and the hyperreal..

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In the years of urban growth after WW II Riccardo Morandi designed and built a multi-purpose building that houses shops, warehouses, houses and an impressive cinema. In a densely inhabited district, characterized by an intensive expansion, the building determines a square, an important urban void..

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Prora

Rügen, Germany
by Clemens Klotz

Prora was built as a beach resort on the island of Rügen, Germany, which is known for its colossal Nazi-planned tourist structure. The enormous building complex is 4.5 kilometres in length, and was built between 1936 and 1939. Although the eight identical buildings were planned as a holiday..

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King’s House

Bled, Slovenia
by Sadar Vuga

Tourism in Bled started in 1855 when Swiss hydropath Arnold Rikli acknowledged the value and advantage of the local climate. More and more tourists followed Rikli’s patients, spending their holidays in a healthy and beautiful environment. Between both wars, Bled became a top metropolitan resort..

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