75 Valentines for Architects and (Architecture) Lovers

 

Spread the love! These 75 architecture valentines—handmade by ArchDaily readers from around the world—were chosen out of nearly 400 submissions.

The message that we wrote last year is so important that we’ll say it again: ArchDaily’s mission is to improve the quality of life of the world’s inhabitants by publishing content for architects, designers, and decision-makers. We also realize how important tolerance, acceptance, and love are to the process of building a better world. So, from us to you, and from your fellow readers to the world, may you feel a wealth of love on this Valentine’s Day. ❤

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‘Tuscanyness’ Film Explores the Detachment of Modern Italian Architecture and the Fight to Restore Faith in Design

Following the evolution of architecture in Tuscany, this documentary maps out the decline of the region in the shadow of Brunelleschi and Alberti. From the 14th century onwards, Italy underwent a cultural rebirth that changed the entire world, bearing the architectural mastery of the Renaissance. However now, there appears to be a detachment within modern architecture and little work for the many architects who are being forced to emigrate.

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Tuscanyness presents a dramatic portrayal of the abandonment and neglect that the region’s architecture has fallen into over the last 60 years, exploring the root causes of the problem. Interviewing a range of forward-thinking Italian architects, 120g’s documentary shares their perseverance to establish a vision of the future to recreate the spirit of the Renaissance and form a dialogue with the heritage of the country. The film covers the topic of identity, landscape, and beauty associated Tuscany’s classical and modern architecture as discussed by the architects.

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Having premiered late last year, Tuscanyness has traveled around Europe and has recently been released online for the public to learn from the experiences of working in a region overshadowed by its past and the fight to restore faith in Tuscany’s contemporary architecture. The Pisa-based cultural association, 120g, has also been involved in many other projects concerning architecture both in Italy and abroad to promote interdisciplinary and transversal cultural activities between architecture, the visual arts, and engineering.

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Pendant lamp / original design / Cristalflex® / Lentiflex® CHANTAL by Doriana & Massimiliano Fuksas

Pendant lamp / original design / Cristalflex® / Lentiflex® CHANTAL by Doriana & Massimiliano Fuksas Slamp

Characteristics

  • Type:

    pendant

  • Style:

    original design

  • Material:

    Cristalflex®, Lentiflex®

  • Other characteristics:

    LED

  • Color:

    white, blue, orange

Description

The idea springs from the world of illusions, the challenge of transforming a two-dimensional element into multiplying endless volumes. A light reminiscent of waves chasing each other and the transparency of the moment when they thin out, and dematerialise, returning as infinite drops of light.

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