news from an (extra)ordinary architecture practice

Cross the Streets @ Macro

A short walk in the Cross the Streets exhibition @ MACRO in Rome, with the beautiful photos  by Simon d’Exea.

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***best wishes***


wishing  a peaceful and collaborative 2017

Floating architecture time lapse

The making and the destroying of the Floating architecture @ Festa del Gioco in Carpi, october 2017.

Floating architecture
Floating Architecture, Carpi, Italy

Making the Cloud at the Festa del Gioco in Carpi, september 2016.

ma0’s little pink book


Il libretto rosa di ma0 / ma0’s little pink book is out!

Published by Libria, written by Alberto Iacovoni & Domenica Fiorini, available in few bookshop, but worldwide online!

A Roman State of Landscape

This thursday in Rome.


Puglia Contemporanea

Still contemporary!
puglia contemporanea

Domestic Affairs Timelapse

Very nice video by Simone Muscolino.

Domestic Affairs Doha from Simone Muscolino on Vimeo.

Domestic Affairs, Doha

Still on show at the Fire Station in Doha the Domestic Affairs exhibition, a collaboration between VCUQ, Art Foundation department, Fire Station, Bureau Europa, Institute of Relevant Studies, Creative Industries Fund NL.


Domestic Affairs is an exhibition featuring a selection of artifacts ranging from prototypes, consumer products, conceptual and speculative works, that trigger a critical perspective on the contemporary domestic landscape. While the home is traditionally conceived as a retreat from public life into the private sphere, Domestic Affairs explores the inevitable relations between the home and the public context.


The exhibition design re-frames the show content in a local context, playing with two icons of the private space, one related to the tradition of the Bedouin culture, the tent, and the other one the most globalized piece of furniture, the IKEA Lack table.

The fabric and the tables have been integrated with few elements to transform them in a light exhibit system, potentially entirely reusable for other exhibitions.


Evoked – Architectural Dyptichs

See you in Tirana!


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