Published 24 Oct 2022
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20/12/2022 | Building Design
Book review Mario Cucinella’s book “The Future is a Journey to The Past”
10/12/2022 | The Plan
12/2022 | Domus
The museum located in a historic building in the heart of the city, combines Etruscan artefacts and contemporary art through an intervention that creates new spaces and restores existing ones
11/2022 |Login – Corriere della Sera
New Università della Valle d’Aosta. Inspired by the mountains, the building will change shape and appearance according to the seasons. A project by MCA – Mario Cucinella Architects
11/2022 | HOME Magazine NZ
In August, Te Kāhui Whaihanga New Zealand Institute of Architects ‘mini in:situ’ conference was held at Spark Arena, and hosted a range of international guests, including the Italian architect Mario Cucinella. Melanie McDaid spoke to Mario about the contemporary practice and the future of sustainable architecture.
11/2022 | Baukultur
The Palazzo Senza Tempo Cultural Centre is MCA – Mario Cucinella Architects’ response to the Peccioli Town Council’s desire to enhance the heritage of the historic centre and promote cultural and commercial activities. The new cultural centre combines old and new and offers visitors beautiful views of the countryside.
11/2022 | IoArch
In search of an identity appropriate to the third millennium, museums tend to propose neutral spaces, or as they say flexible, in case of adapting to different possible configurations, art and performance installations. The case of the new art museum Fondazione Luigi Rovati goes in the opposite direction. Project by Mario Cucinella Architects
11/12/2022 | Wallpaper
The new Etruscan Galleries at the Fondazione Luigi Rovati in Milan, designed by architect Mario Cucinella, offer a journey through space and time, inviting visitors to enter an underground world of flowing curves and vaulted interiors that bring to mind the ancient civilization’s underground architecture.
10/11/2022 | SkyTg24
For the next academic year, students will be able to go for lessons in the new building in the Testafochi area designed by architect Mario Cucinella, regional education councillor Luciano Caveri said.
11/2022 | Interni
In Milan, the new Art Museum of the Luigi Rovati Foundation in a carefully restored historic building houses, inside a hypogeum, a precious collection of Etruscan artefacts in dialogue with works from different eras. To reflect on our roots and on a broader idea of the future.
Project by Mario Cucinella Architects
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