PISTOIA-FIRENZE The vision and work of a master of the Italian modern architecture in an exhibition organised by the Fondazione Giovanni Michelucci. Can you think about the Station of Santa Maria Novella in Florence? Or the “Highway Church”? Well, we are talking about who have imagined and designed them.
DALLAS On the occasion of the theatre release of “Jackie” – film directed by Pablo Larraìn and nominated for three Academy Awards – CCT proposes you this interview and puts the book “November 22, 1963” in its Sunday Tips for reading.
MONTRÉAL A big American city with an intensive French touch, but without the charm of neo-modern one nor the other’s extreme elegance. Here is our travel story from Canada | #1
LOS ANGELES The streets are enormous and endless. The residential houses with driveway and garden, are a dream. Palm trees frame the shining sun and the whole city is an agglomeration of buildings from disparate geometric shapes. [#3]
NEW ORLEANS In the little streets of the French Quarter, on the oldest tram of the United States, and in front of the Mississippi river, at sunset. While you breathe music, everywhere. [#2]
CHICAGO Traveling through USA. First stop: The Windy City land of the roaring Twenty’s and home of Al Capone. [#1]
HIROSHIMA Last stop of our (first) trip in the Land of the Rising Sun, between memories and marvelousness. [#7]