many possible cities
Exhibition | NIB2019
Friday 21 February, 4:30pm
The Home, the City and the Environment, through the eyes of Architects and Landscapers.
It marks the occasion of the XI edition of the ‘New Italian Blood’ prize, promoted by the non-profit organisation which the prize takes its name from, which has selected the twenty best Italian Under-35 studios in the ‘Architecture’ and ‘Landscape and public space’ sections, including four young companies operating in the Florentine area.
MANY POSSIBLE CITIES programme
abp architetti (Alberto Becherini, Piera Bongiorni, Andrea Borghi)
abp architetti is an architectural firm founded in 2018 in Florence by the constant collaboration of three young architects. The studio deals with architectural and urban design, in the public and private fields.
fernweh architettura is an architectural practice based in Florence; it has been founded in 2018 by four friends bonded together by the same conceptual and comunicative approach. Fernweh is meant to generate new spaces, new places which already belong to the human desire, but still need to be discovered or realised. After many different educational and working experiences in Italy and abroad Sara Bucci, Mattia Ciardullo, Francesca De Gaudio and Costanza Quentin took the decision to develop together their own idea of architecture under the name of fernweh architettura.
ND Studio develops human-scaled Architecture and Design projects based on principles of economic, environmental and social sustainability. Circular economy, incremental architecture and social innovation as drivers to trigger urban and social transformation and enhancement processes.
Studio TOTALE is an architectural firm based in Florence, focuses its projectual research on architecture’s social value through a multidisciplinary approach. The underlying theme linking togheter the different activities they develop its the belief that the right concept can put back togheter people and space re-creating a brand new balance: site-specific architecture, human-specific architecture.