Architectural film

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Product • By Blomsma Print & Sign3M Di-NOC Interieurfolie

3M Di-NOC Interieurfolie

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Project • By IsploraParks/Gardens


The ArchiTALKS focuses on the experience of LAND - Landscape Architecture Nature Development, through the words of one of its two founders, landscape architect Andreas Kipar. Starting from the German architect's biography, we retrace all the steps that led to the creation of LAND: the meeting with the agronomist Giovanni Sala (founding member of the firm), the first work experiences, the field practice and the project references: the Italian Pietro Porcinai and the Brazilian Burle Marx.  The journey and the direct knowledge of the places become crucial elements both in the path of initial formation, a trip to Italy to Goethe, and in today's professional practice. I was personally born as a gardener, I graduated as a gardener in the... More

Project • By IsploraEstates


The ArchiTALKS takes us through the hills of Chieri, in the Piedmontese countryside, to discover the figure of Stefano Pujatti, the founding architect of ELASTICOSPA. The firm, together with ELASTICO3 directed by architect Alberto Del Maschio and ELASTIC DESIGN of architect Sara dal Gallo forms the group ELASTICOFarm, an international architectural and design studio with offices in Italy and Canada. The firm is called “Elastico Farm,” a combination of two words. “Farm” is because we are in a farm, there are horses and dogs, we are in the countryside. Elastico (meaning “Elastic”) was instead a mantra in my family, as my brother Paolo was very young he almost obsessively repeated it: it turned into... More

Project • By IsploraMuseums

Enzo Ferrari Museum Film

In 2004 the project by Future System won the international competition for the design of the museum.  The project comprises two separate spaces and interventions: the renovation of the house where Ferrari was born and the new building which recalls the design of racing cars. The shape and technologies used allow the new volume of the museum, with its sculptural yellow roof that matches the background color of the team logo, to become one with the existing structure.  The museum is the result of the futurist vision of Jan Kaplicky’s architecture, with his continuous experimentation and his ability to engineer complex structures. The technologies used in constructing the roof, the building structure, as well as the aesthetic... More