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St. Ireneo Church

Cesano Boscone, Italy
by Mauro Galantino

The design, based on the interpretation of the second Vatican Council, approaches the religious space considering the celebration-assembly relation and the religious meaning of "everywhere". The building offers different types of public space. Seating for youngers, on the perimeter, and an..

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This religious complex is an expression of contemporary minimal architecture for the city of Modena (Italy), where simple lines, soft light, white concrete, and stone bring a sense of beauty and mysticism. The bell tower within the church and the churchyard are shaping the space for the..

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The school Wonders of the Christian Brothers took the top of this hillside located in Madrid. Entered the 60s came the need to expand the school and the gym, charging Alejandro de la Sota performing the work. The architect went on deck to expand the schoolyard and emptied the hillside to create..

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Cooperative housing development with 23 homes
The houses are grouped around a green inner courtyard common to all in the manner of the village green or the “Common”, as it was once called. The houses are plain and simple in design, reticent in form and expression. Diversity is achieved by..

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For the Europan2 in 1990 for Florence, Mauro Galantino proposed an urban park made by compact housing within commercial space and a porch-walking-path. The winning project was resolving the area whit an interesting infrastructure system and the housing/commercial typology. (A system re-proposed..

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This house built for Dr. Fernando Gomez and located in Durana (Álava) synthesizes very well the concerns of a Francisco Sáenz de Oiza who at age 41 had been working as a professor of Safety and Hygiene at the School of Madrid for 10 years. It is precisely in the school where he begins the first..

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The Varela house is a prototype of a small building, built by a system of prefabricated pre-stressed and washed concrete panels; The same technique was used at that moment in works of greater volume and of great complexity of execution, where the architect experimented with the constructive..

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