For fear of stepping too far outside of the box, we have remained in it for far too long. With this little article, I would like to remind you of a modern and beautiful way of continuing to respect the landscape that has made Italy so famous: vegetated roofs, or “green roofs”.
We are happy to announce the inauguration of the exhibition “30 su 30: Tranci di un mondo perfetto” (30 on 30: Chunks of a perfect world). The event is going to take place in San Polo d’Enza (near Reggio Emilia, Italy), inside the renovated medieval clock tower. The “30 su 30″ project is the debut exhibition of Alessandro Bartoli, photographer, and Enrico Bonilauri, architect.
Please join us for the presentation of the book “Taccuino Cinese” by Enrico Bonilauri, with a slide show of photographs taken by the author during his travels in China. It will be hosted by Libreria Semola in Grazzano Visconti at 6pm, Sept. 25, 2010.
“Taccuino Cinese”, which translates to ‘Chinese Travel Diary’, is a tragic and comic adventure of a young architect backpacking across China at the beginning of the 21st century.