The Church of San Carlo Borromeo was designed between 1964 and 1969 by Gio Ponti, Antonio Fornaroli and Alberto Rosselli. It’s part of the complex of the San Carlo Hospital in Milan, Italy.
The church is located next to the hospital dedicated to Pope Saint John XXIII and was inaugurated on June 25, 2014. It was designed by French architect Aymeric Zublena and Traversi+Traversi partners from Bergamo, the same architects who built the hospital.
This project, an old artist studio and living space in the Montparnasse area had accumulated many layers of habitation over the years. Makeshift walls and mezzanines secluded each space from light and promised to divide the occupants into a binary mode of life: live-work. After completely stripping the space the goal of the project was […]
By the beginning of the last century, the City Court and the borough administrators had outgrown the premises. Further expansion was necessary and in 1912 an architectural competition was announced. The winner was Gunnar Asplund with his proposal for an extension in classicist/baroque style. However, it took until 1934 before a decision was made to […]
M16 This 125sqm duplex apartment is located on the top two floors of a new building close to the Spree River in Berlin. In spite of its central location, the area is characterized by a great heterogeneity in its urban fabric, with voids, interruptions and abrupt changes of scale that still give evidence of the […]
Images: Åke E:son Lindman Eslöv Civic Hall is known as the most ambitious building in Sweden in the post-war period. It was 1947 when the young, newly qualified architect Hans Asplund´s proposal won the competition to design Eslöv Civic Hall, which was built and completed 1955-57. The Civic Hall is now a meeting place for a […]
Two buildings designed by the Munich-based architect Josef Wiedemann Allianz Hauptverwaltung, Königinstrasse, Munich Landesbausparkasse, Karolinenplatz, Munich Photographers: © The Pk.Odessa Co The Pk. Odessa Co is a cooperation of photographers founded in 2010 by Simon Jüttner, Markus Lanz and Sebastian Schels, who are based in Munich and Brasilia. Being both photographers and architects / urbanists, […]