When I was thinking of traveling to Scotland, Edinburgh and Glasgow were at the top of my list. But when I heard of the opening of a new V&A museum in Dundee, designed by Kengo Kuma really solidified my decision to go there. It’s quite a distance from Edinburgh, a couple of hours at least. On your way to Dundee you can see rolling hills and the occasional herd of sheep passing you by. The most majestic part of the journey is traveling across the river and seeing this jagged little site at the edge of the water.
An intervention to an existing farmhouse within the countryside of Reggio Emilia, Italy. Located on Casalagrande Padana’s production site, the vernacular structure has been fully restored and adapted to become the historical and documentary archive for the porcelain company.