Summer at home: how to make your home an ideal holiday place, starting from the outdoors
After the recent lockdown, 2020 will be a year for rediscovering your home, even during the summer. A term that we'll probably all get to know better this year is staycation, taking a vacation while staying home. This means that those having an outdoor space to enjoy start with a big advantage.
How do you design an outdoor space? We asked architect Andrea Boschetti, founder and artistic and scientific director of the Milanese studio Metrogramma. We talked about the origins of the relationship between architecture and outdoors, analysing the concept of outdoor space and trying to grasp the nuances that characterise it, as well as the evolutions it has gone through over time.
When we talk about architecture for hospitality, every element must be carefully designed to welcome and make comfortable those who will come to your hotel or facility.
Where to begin with the design of these indoor and outdoor environments dedicated to hospitality? We asked the architect Alberto Apostoli of Studio Apostoli in Verona.
In this article you can learn how to decorate with the right colors, letting yourself be inspired by creativity while also paying attention to some "general rules" that are always good to keep in mind to avoid making simple mistakes.
Intended as an intimate space where one can rediscover oneself, or a blank canvas for expressing one's style and personality, today more than ever the living dimension is closely connected with the universe of hi-tech.
We talked about this with Marco and Gianluigi Giammetta, the twin owners of Studio Giammetta Architects in Rome, with whom we embarked on a journey to discover the technologies that have profoundly changed our way of understanding living spaces.