Domus Urban Stories – The Unconventional Guide to Milan, is an international guide that describes the city through a work of choral harmony that brings together the voices of fifteen representatives of the world of culture, fashion, art, design and architecture who have chosen Milan as their adoptive city, where their practices are based or where they make regular visits to for professional reasons.
June 7, 2017
Benedetta Tagliabue will participate as keynote speaker at the 2nd International Congress on Urban Landscape, to be held in Barcelona between 12 and 14 June 2017.
This second edition aims to respond to some of the essential questions formulated by cities that are committed to improving the urban environment by means of urban landscape management.
June 4, 2017
Following an international open call for participants, Miralles Tagliabue EMBT has been shortlisted in two competitions for ‘Inventing the Greater Paris Metropolitan Area’.
This initiative organized by the State, the Greater Paris metropolitan area, and Soci√©t√© du Grand Paris is an invitation to build a metropolis together, one that is more resilient, innovative, sustainable and more united in solidarity, offering the prospect of new urban and economic environments, a reflection of the metropolitan project‚Äôs quality standards and its potential for innovation.
June 4, 2017
Italian publisher Corriere della Sera, has released a new Barcelona architectural guide. The volume forms part of their Architetture ed Interni Urbani series and features several projects of EMBT and a text by Tagliabue.
Is is available for purchase from the Corriere della Sera Store
June 3, 2017
Tagliabue will participate at the Milano Architecture Week, among other top-level architects, such as RCR Arquitectes, Peter Eisenman, Francis K√©re.
This event promoted by the Municipality, the Politecnico and The Triennale, is a week full of events dedicated to architecture with the artistic direction of Stefano Boeri.
Tagliabue’s lecture 13th June 2017.
June 3, 2017
EMBT has been selected as one of the six international architecture studios to design the Cit√© Internationale du Grand Morillon – Student housing project in Geneva, Switzerland.
This two-phase competition is organized by the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies.
The shorlist includes Kengo Kuma & Associates, Kere Architecture, Miralles Tagliabue EMBT, Pictet Architect, Schmidt Hammer Lassen and Zaha Hadid Architects.
June 2, 2017
The exhibition by Benedetta Tagliabue – EMBT and ROCA, will be exhibit in Moscow, from June 9th until July 31st, 2017.
‘Urban Regeneration’ is composed by ten various projects that showcase compromised architecture in terms of social and public space; a synthesis between the built environment and nature, able to generate comfortable and welcoming cities. Hamburg, Paris, Barcelona, Naples, Taichung, Neijiang and Moscow are the featured cities of this exhibition.
Exhibition June 9th – ¬†July 31st, 2017
Schusev State Museum of Architecture
Vozdvizhenka st., 5/25, Moscow 119019, Russia
May 30, 2017
Miralles Tagliabue EMBT has been announced as the winner of a two-stage competition to design Artenoah, a biodiversity centre in Rehau, Germany.
This competition organized by the Municipality of Rehau, aims to build a centre, which deals with topics related to biodiversity of the Green Belt of the German-Czech border in the district of Neuhausen. And it‚Äôs expected to attract more than 80,000 visitors per year to a district of 70 inhabitants.
The project is supported not only by the majority of the city council, but also by its citizens and associations such as the Federal Nature Conservation Agency.
Start of construction is planned for 2018.
April 19, 2017
Last Friday 7th of April in a presentation at Milan Design Week 2017, a new vision for Scali Milano study project – Milan‚Äôs disused railway yards, was presented by Benedetta Tagliabue ‚Äď EMBT.
Scali Milano study is part of a city-wide public consultation to define priorities for the scali (train hubs) and was initiated by FS Sistemi Urbani, in collaboration with the Municipality of Milan and the Lombardy Region.
This initiative promotes a participatory, inclusive, collaborative and sustainable urban regeneration of seven former railway yards, seeking the transformation over one million square meters of brownfield into urban areas with housing, offices, retail and cultural institutions.