Studying and teaching architecture is solely a question of ambience. It is not enough to have the intentions, programs, mission statements or affirmation of principles. That little something, in which to immerse yourself, unaware at first but which then turns out to be vital and indispensable. What really matters is ambience. The atmosphere is the air we need to breathe. Seemingly impalpable but fundamental. But what does it take to create such ambience?


editors Marco Navarra
Atmosphere
for teaching and learning architecture
15,00€
12,70€
isbn 9788862421317
current edition 12 / 2014
first edition 12 / 2014
language Italian/English
size 13x19cm
pages 196
print color
binding paperback
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Marco Navarra is professor in at the University of Catania, he founded studio Nowa and he is the autor of Repairingcities (2008), Lo-fi: Architecture as curatorial practice (2010), Abiura dal paesaggio (2012), DISPLAY (2012), Architetture Archeologie (2016). He has exposed at the Ve...

Marco Navarra is professor in at the University of Catania, he founded studio Nowa and he is the autor of Repairingcities (2008), Lo-fi: Architecture as curatorial practice (2010), Abiura dal paesaggio (2012), DISPLAY (2012), Architetture Archeologie (2016). He has exposed at the Venice Biennale, at the Milan Triennale, at the Mies Foundation and at CCCB in Barcelona, and CCA in Montreal. He was finalist at Mies van der Rohe Award (2003), EUROPEAN PRIZE FOR URBAN PUBLIC SPACE (2006) in Barcelona and BBS Swiss Architectural Award (2008). He won the Medaglia d’oro at the Milan Triennale (2003) and the Gubbio Award (2006). His projects was published on international architectural magazines (Lotus, Domus, Abitare, A+U, C3, Paiseia).

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