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factory architettura

FActory architettura stems from the shared experience of Mariella Annese and Milena Farina in architectural design and research.
The work of factory focuses in particular on public space and urban regeneration. It sees design as the key tool in rethinking the delicate and problematic contexts of contemporary cities. The main issues tackled by factory are: interventions [...]

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FAN studio

Alessandra Belia was born in Verona in 1975.She graduated in architecture in Florence. She studied in London and got a master degree (M.Arch) in design (DRL) at the Architecture Association. She worked with Lazzarini&Pickering in Rome. From 2004 till 2008, she has been design architect for Zaha Hadid Architects in several italian projects.
Federico Bistolfi was [...]

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FARE studio

FARE is an architectural practice created in Rome in 2006 by Riccardo Vannucci and Giuseppina Forte, complemented by a team of young professionals. FARE pursues a concrete approach to architecture, an inherent objective rendered explicit in the name of the office. The confrontation with reality sought by FARE is not, however, the sign of an [...]


Farrell, David

David Farrell was born in Dublin, where he lives and works, in 1961.
He has worked as a freelance photographer since 1990, after obtaining a PhD in chemistry in 1987. He has worked on independent projects with his companion Gogo della Luna (Gudók). In 2001 he won the prestigious European Publishers Award for Photography with his [...]


Favelli, Flavio

Flavio Favelli (1967) lives and works in Savigno (Bologna).
Favelli’s artistic research references daily life and his personal experience; the artist creates performances-actions in which he creates a physical and mental space that modifies the spectators’ perception. Architectural objects and furnishing items transform into visionary elements that allow latent emotions to emerge, thus revealing the [...]

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Fioravanti, Odoardo

Odoardo Fioravanti graduated in Industrial Design from Milan Polytechnic’s Faculty of Design. Since 1998, he has been working in the field of industrial design and has also experimented with graphic and exhibition design, determined to integrate the various disciplines. His projects have won prestigious international awards. He has lectured at numerous schools and universities including Milan [...]


Fossati, Vittore

A participant from the late ’70s in the developments of Italian photography – as both artist and gallerist – Vittore Fossati (Alessandria, 1954) is of that generation of auteurs who, aware of the mutating features of the landscape, undertook a thorough revision of its representation, lending continuity to the so-called “Ghirrian school”.
An essential element of [...]


Friedman, Yona

Yona Friedman is a Hungarian-born French architect. Friedman built his personality on the wake of the post 1958 CIAM congress radical thought that in his case took the shape of Ville Spatiale, a three-dimensional architecture that grew over the pre-existent urban structures, by occupying the interstitial voids and spaces. This visionary position that Friedman initially [...]


Fuksas, Massimiliano

One of the best known contemporary architects, Fuksas owes his fame to an extremely refined design talent that since the 1970s has allowed him to work on an international level. From 1998 to 2000 he was director of the “VII Venice International Exhibition of Architecture”: “Less Aesthetics, More Ethics”.
His built works include: the Peres Peace [...]


Fulton, Hamish

Hamish Fulton (London, 1946) characterizes himself as a ‘walking artist’. Fulton first came to prominence in the late 1960s for his exploration of new forms of sculpture and land art. His work has been shown in numerous international institutions, such as: Galerie Konrad Fischer (Düsseldorf), the Stedelijk van Abbemuseum (Eindhoven) and the Tate Britain (London).