The African continent is the great protagonist of a Venetian gathering that has its eyes on the future of the planet and is increasingly diverse.
In 1997, Frank Gehry opened with his Guggenheim of Bilbao a new chapter of the history of architecture and city-building: the irruption of spectacular buildings designed by star architects to harbor private institutions, with which municipal councils
Jacques Herzog For a young architect at the beginning of his career it is a challenging moment to see the widely admired work of established colleagues, often with a mixture of disdain and admiration. For my generation this moment was in the 1980s, a
Pendant quatorze ans, de 1993 à 2006, Luis Fernández-Galiano a dirigé la rubrique architecture du quotidien espagnol El País. Architecte de formation, professeur à l’Université Polytechnique de Madrid et dans de nombreuses grandes écoles à travers le