Mariela Ajras: “I Think of the City as a Large Canvas Loaded With Morphological and Historical Stories”

Mariela Ajras: “I Think of the City as a Large Canvas Loaded With Morphological and Historical Stories” “Mañana Inmenso”, Buenos Aires Museo 2022. Image © Gonzalo Alfaraz Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/981855/mariela-ajras-i-think-of-the-city-as-a-large-canvas-loaded-with-morphological-and-historical-stories Addressing themes involving memory, oblivion and gender, the Argentinean visual artist and muralist, Mariela Ajras, displays her art on … Read more

Did a Highway Kill the City of Hartford?

Did a Highway Kill the City of Hartford? Courtesy of Norman Garrick. ImageHartfort, before and after construction of I-84 Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/981425/did-a-highway-kill-the-city-of-hartford This article was originally published on Common Edge. Can a piece of infrastructure literally kill a city? This is the question that writer Jim Krueger poses in … Read more

Milan City Guide: 20 Projects to See in Italy’s Fashion Capital

Milan City Guide: 20 Projects to See in Italy’s Fashion Capital © Nigel Young Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/979356/milan-city-guide-20-projects-to-see-in-italys-fashion-capital A global city and cosmopolitan hub, Milan is mainly recognised today as a fashion and economic center, widely covered by visitors from around the world. It is the second most populated city … Read more

Job: Associate/Senior Landscape Architect at Martha Schwartz Partners in New York City « Landscape Architecture Platform

MSP is a Landscape Architecture design practice dedicated to creating landscapes that are both beautiful and tackle the landscape’s greatest challenges. We are advocates for the planet while we help vision and build more sustainable, innovative, and equitable places around the world. Our vision demands that we push ourselves to transcend conventional thinking in pursuing … Read more

The ski resort of Flaine, report on an avant-garde high altitude city.

Built in the late 1960s under the direction of Eric Boissonnas, a geophysicist, and the American architect Marcel Breuer, the ski resort of Flaine in Haute-Savoie is a clever cocktail of brutalist architecture, design and open-air art that is unique in the French Alps. Story of cliffs The arrival at the ski resort of Flaine, … Read more