LORENZA BARONCELLI

SWISS PAVILION — New York Times

LUCIUS BURCKHARDT AND CEDRIC PRICE A STROLL THROUGH A FUN PALACE Curated by: Hans Ulrich Obrist Scientific Direction: Lorenza Baroncelli

PING PONG CONVERSATION#13 CEDRIC PRICE

In a Ping Pong of questions and answers, Samantha Hardingham with Roberto Zancan bring us to reflect on how we can reinterpret our recent past as keys to understanding the future. archives © robertgorny: Fun Palace, diagram. Cedric Price, 1961

Austin, TX 14:30

Cody Wilson is a 25-year-old law student and the designer of the first pistol that can be manufactured entirely with a 3D printer. © photo Lorenza Baroncelli

SLAVIC RHAPSODY

Today Balkans are the model of the European failure. © photo Lorenza Baroncelli

SLAVIC RHAPSODY FILM

Slavic Rhapsody is a video telling about Belgrade through the perspective of electronic music.

PING PONG CONVERSATIONS#9 SUBURBIA GONE WILD

Photographer Martin Adolfsson presented with Joseph Grima, Antonio Ottomanelli and Marco Ferrari his new project Suburbia Gone Wild. © photo Martin Adolfsson

PING PONG CONVERSATIONS#2 IWAN BAAN

Dutch photographer Iwan Baan is known primarily for images that narrate the life and interactions that occur within architecture. © photo Iwan Baan

PING PONG CONVERSATIONS #1 GIANCARLO MAZZANTI

Giancarlo Mazzanti is a Colombian architect who focuses on public architecture in the informal parts of Colombian cities. In his iconic work, symbolism and tradition not only involve aesthetics, but also the materiality of the building, the layout, the social climate as well as the project’s location. © photo by Jorge Gamboa

OCCUPY FOR A SELF-SHAPED CITY

Occupy for a self-shaped city is a video presented at the first Istanbul Design Biennial. The first edition of the Biennial, titled Adhocracy, was held in Istanbul in October 2012 and curated by Joseph Grima. © photo by Lorenza Baroncelli

FESTARCH 2012: CITIES WITHIN THE CITIES

The 2012 edition theme – cities in(to)cities – was related to the metropolitan growth and the multiplicity of phenomena such as self-sufficiency, social and spatial exclusion.

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