Floating pavilion shot by Iwan Baan and Jan Dhondt. Continue reading Selgascano
The center is on the boundary between the town and the country, in outskirts of Plasencia, the edge between what has been touched by a less artificial humanity and what has been touched by millennia of climate. Continue reading Selgascano
Everything is this building is about scale.
It is small but with a strong personality, like in a circus; every act is as important as the other, no hierarchies, and only working all together do they create something unique.
Scale due to the dimensions of the site. It is made up of five existing buildings which all together are only 800 sqm, and all of them different in periods and shapes.
Scale due to the amount of history in the place. Blow Up, Michelangelo Antonioni’s movie, was filmed here. It was filmed in the studio of Vogue photographer John Cowan, and the actor David Hemmings was working in the spaces which you can still recognise in the movie. A few years after that, Richard Rogers had his studio here, his very first personal studio, after winning the competition for the Pompidou Centre.
Stairs, skylights, a bridge and a vine that Richard Rogers himself planted in the courtyard are bits of his design added to the history of the buildings that we kept as a treasure of modern archaeology. Continue reading Selgascano
Design District is a new creative destination for London on Greenwich Peninsula. Eight architecture firms including 6a Architects, Mole, Architecture 00, Barozzi & Veiga, SelgasCano, Assemblage, Adam Khan Architects and David Kohn Architects will design the buildings. Continue reading SelgasCano