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The waterfall ( Dubai 2013)
Dear NABITOS around the world, thank you for having contributed to these incredible five years. Nabito architects continues to grow consolidating its international position. The projects ongoing in the Middle East and Dubai will enable Nabito in 2013 to jump into the indian market and the Far East. Having laid the solid foundation, this is the purpose for the coming year.
Thanks again to everyone for making Nabito Architects a prestigious office and happy new year to all.
Special thanks goes to the partners who join us in this crazy and ambitious race between romance and dream in order to continue the research in architecture and urban planning.
If you would like to make a gift in this holiday season, our monograph (2007-2010) is in the best bookshops. FIND OUT.
Alessandra Faticanti and Roberto Ferlito Founders and Directors.
Wednesday, 14 November 2012
Thursday, 25 October 2012
FRIDAY OCTOBER 5, 2012 – SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24, 2012
PAST FUTURES, PRESENT, FUTURES
Photograph courtesy of Cameron Blaylock www.cameronblaylockphoto.com
Tomorrow, we open recreations of unrealized proposal for New York by artists including Abruzzo Bodziak, Angelidakis, Archmongers, BARF, BIG [Bjarke Ingels Group], BUREAU DES MESARCHITECTURES [Didier Faustino], Felix Burrichter, Jose Castil
lo, Candy Chang, Cero 9, COUCH CITY, DPR Barcelona, Studio Dror, Ear Architecture, Hernan Diaz Alonso, Didier Fiuza Faustino, Fake Industries, Sou Fugimoto, Beatrice Galilee, IwamotoScott, San Roco, Sam Jacoby, Julien De Smedt, Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss, Lydia Kallipoliti, Ed Keller, Jimenez Lai, Sean Lally, Geoff Manaugh, MAS, MMX Studio, MODU, MvS, NABITO, NaJa & deOstos, Popular Architecture, Miguel Robles Duran, Jonathan D Solomon, Schaum-Schie, Snohetta, SOFTlab, SO-IL, Space Group, Sporaarchitects, Terreform ONE, Patrick Tierney, Office VKN, Bostjan Vuga, Liam Young and Mimi Zeiger among many others.
Join us at 7pm at Storefront.
NABITO ARCHITECTS PIECE IS A REENACT OF THE 1979 STEVEN HOLL PROJECT "Bridge of houses on the High Line", called Roller coaster housing : A VERY HIGH LINE.
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Tuesday, 11 September 2012
Friday, 24 August 2012
Wednesday, 1 August 2012
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Monday, 23 July 2012
Thursday, 31 May 2012
Nabito architects has been invited to the 13. Mostra di Architettura di Venezia within the exibition
"TRACES OF CENTURIES & FUTURE STEPS"
"From 29 August to 25 November will take place in Venice the 13th Intl. Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia 2012. At Palazzo Bembo will take place an official event presenting 54 architects from 25 countries and 5 continents.
The exhibition opens with a pre-view party on 27 and 28 August and will run until 25 November 2012."
Pubblicato da nàbito architects a 6:42 pm
Monday, 21 May 2012
A garden is a relational Space in which users interact with environment.
IN the I-GARDEn prototype, Nabito architects links two fundamental aspect of the design: the romantical and poetical with the pragmatical. Nabito designed a Garden where human activity and leisure are linked with production and distribution of energy.
SOLAR PANEL, WIND TURBINE AND PIEZOELECTRIC TILES are some of the elements that help to solve a paradox.
How could we be productive doing nothing more then relaxing and playing in a garden?
“From an individual and simple idea to its collective use, the "architecture" of Nabito always is wondering how to relate ideas to generate a common and public benefit.
Like in a magical potion, mixing different elements, the I-Garden explain again Nabito's romantic view of a pragmatical issue in a new deal with society”.
photographer Claudia Pescatori for NABITO ARCHITECTS AND PARTNERS.
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