THE PLAN 124 - September 2020
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THE PLAN 124 - September 2020

Issue 124 of THE PLAN is out now.

EDITORIAL
Dense-City: Housing for quality of life and social change
by Larry Scarpa

Larry Scarpa reflects on the right to housing and housing policies adopted over the years in the United States.

VIAGGIO IN ITALIA
The Art of Dissimulation
by Valerio Paolo Mosco

Valerio Paolo Mosco talks about Bologna-based firm Diverserighe.

RESIDENCE ON NORTH FORK PENINSULA
An intricate weave of nature and architecture
SO – IL | SHENTON ARCHITECTS
by Francesco Pagliari

A home overlooking Long Island Sound. Taking in different orientations and landscapes, four perpendicular wings intermingle internal and external spaces, brightness and functionality, while expressing an exciting contemporary edge.

HOUSE L
A contemporary home in the Alps
Plasma Studio
by Caterina Testa

International architecture firm Plasma Studio has designed a house around an old larch tree, the fulcrum of this new project in Valle Casies, Trentino Alto Adige.

PRIVATE HOME: “FROM THE GARDEN HOUSE”
Designing from the outside in
Robert Konieczny KWK Promes
by Philip Jodidio

With the From the Garden House project, the client wanted a lush garden in place the moment the home was finished. Architects KWK Promes took up the challenge, developing the idea to its full potential.

VILLA IE (家)
House means roof
Damilanostudio Architects
by Luca Maria Francesco Fabris

Beneath its large roof, Villa IE (家) combines Japanese spirit with Italian contemporaneity.

VACATION HOME
A timber refuge surrounded by nature
Christoff: Finio Architecture
by Caterina Testa

New York firm Christoff: Finio Architecture has designed a second home on Shelter Island by imagining three separate spaces within one timber volume.

RESIDENCES AND WORKSHOPS “MUMBAI ARTIST RETREAT”
Sustainability and resilience
Architecture BRIO
by Caterina Testa

Architecture Brio designed the Mumbai Artist Retreat by rigorously applying the principles of sustainability, flexibility, and resilience.

FAMILY SPACE IN PUNTA CHILÉN
A stilt house between the ocean and the Andes
Guillermo Acuña – Arquitectos Asociados
by Francesco Pagliari

Architecture, nature, and wood as the pivotal material in a technical and humanistic transformation.

 

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