“ATLAS of emerging practices: being an architect in the 21st century” is the first print publication analysing the state of the current architectural profession from a new perspective: data, graphic visualisation and diagrams, interviews, critical texts and images of unreleased projects, are providing a fresh and positive perspective on the profession of architecture at the european scale.
This publication gathers the work of a selection of 95 emerging practices in Europe, with the aim of providing useful tools and insight for architecture students, new graduates, and emerging practices in the early stages of their careers.
Edited and curate by Gianpiero Venturini, the book will be presented this September 7th at 17:00 – in the Museo MACRO of Rome (Via Nizza 138). The presentation, open to the public, will be included in the 6th edition of the Festival New Generations, which will take place in the MACRO Museo from 6th to 8th of September.
The Festival will see the participation of about 30 international guests, which will be involved in open events such as round tables, installations, speaking corners, and workshops.
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