The project for the new stadium of Milan and Inter has been chosen

The project for the new stadium of Milan and Inter has been chosen

Tommaso Berra · 5 months ago · Design

It’s been months since the news that AC Milan and Inter Milan will have a new stadium became official, all that was missing was the official announcement of which project the two clubs, together with the Municipality of Milan, would have chosen to replace the Giuseppe Meazza. Yesterday afternoon, with a joint press release, the two clubs announced that the winning project is “Cattedrale“, created by the Populous architecture studio.
Over the last 40 years, the American firm has designed some of the most beautiful stadiums in the world, such as the new Wembley, the arenas for the Sydney 2000 and London 2012 Olympic Games, the Yankees Stadium in New York and, more recently, the beautiful new Tottenham stadium in London.
What convinced Milan and Inter was not only the experience in designing sports facilities, but also the inspirations and modernity of what will be the new stadium, probably ready for 2027. “Cathedral” will not only be a stadium, inspired by the architecture of the Duomo and Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, but a very modern and eco-sustainable area of 110sqm. A district for sports activities with minimal environmental impact, within which there will be a park of about 50sqm.

The final presentation of the project will come only next year, in the meantime, the two clubs in Milan have chosen how to replace San Siro, reducing the capacity of the new stadium from about 80 thousand seats to 65, but also decreasing the volume of the facility and the acoustic impact on the city.
The “Cathedral” will be a facility capable of hosting events when the two teams are not engaged in sports competitions, while it will be colored red or blue depending on the team that will play at home.
It will not be easy for those who love the rigorous and massive architecture of the San Siro to get used to no longer seeing those concrete blocks and the majestic verticality of the circular ramps. We are sure, however, that the new stadium designed by Populous will add a new gem of modernity and avant-garde art to the city of Milan.

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The book that tells the story of San Francisco in 500 photos

The book that tells the story of San Francisco in 500 photos

Tommaso Berra · 2 weeks ago · Photography

San Francisco is one of the most fascinating cities in the United States; over the course of two centuries it has experienced the entire evolution of American civilization firsthand, fostering the birth of artistic and cultural currents that have marked the ages.
The history of San Francisco and the Bay Area more generally is now told in a beautiful volume published by Taschen and entitled “San Francisco. Portrait of a City.” Through 500 photographs it traces the early years of industrial development and the stories of the free spirits of the 1970s through the lights and fervor of the Roaring Twenties.

The volume contains images from archives and private collections, taken by some of the most celebrated photographers, who over the course of their careers have been inspired by the California city. Inside are portraits of the many innovators who have contributed to the development of the city, a place that represents “a crystal ball in which to see a preview of what will come to us in a few years,” as Michele Masneri had described it in The Passenger magazine’s recent volume devoted to the city.
The 480-page collected shots also show a city skyline far from the one we know today, dominated by the Golden Gate Bridge of which construction work from the 1930s is visible. In addition to the Bay Area’s unique climate, “San Francisco. Portrait of a City” also shows areas the multicultural soul of the city, with images of the huge Chinatown district or Fillmore, the one historically home to Jews and Japanese.
You can purchase the book on the official Taschen website.

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San Francisco | Collater.al
San Francisco | Collater.al
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San Francisco | Collater.al
San Francisco | Collater.al
San Francisco | Collater.al
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Japan as seen in infrared

Japan as seen in infrared

Tommaso Berra · 2 weeks ago · Photography

Hashira Yamamoto is a photographer, but he also describes himself as a traveler and researcher. Over the course of his career as an artist, he has visited 41 countries and 161 cities around the world, in which he has shot some of his photo series, to tell stories i cultures and of all the incredible people he has encountered. Over the years he has had a close look at his home nation of Japan, cultivating a passion for traditional landscapes along the Silk Road.
Yamamoto in his Asuka series has reinterpreted the tradition of historic Japanese buildings through an infrared lens, creating a dialogue between ancient and contemporary Japan to an effect that immerses traditional temples and gardens in a glitchy, vaporwave world.

The saturated colors of the photos alter the perception of a solid tradition that in some respects has remained intact over the centuries. Cultural references are not altered, architectures are not emptied of meaning, but rather taken in a new contemporary guise. Hashira Yamamoto had precisely the goal with this infrared lens to enhance even more the quiet and contemplative magic that testifies to the inherent spirituality of the places photographed. 

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InstHunt – The 10 best photos on Instagram this week

InstHunt – The 10 best photos on Instagram this week

Giulia Guido · 2 weeks ago · Photography

Every day, on our Instagram profile, we ask you to share with us your most beautiful pictures and photographs.
For this InstHunt collection of this week, we have selected your 10 best proposals: @polae.jpg, @laurasole_79, @claudiabellati, @carolinalecce, @eli_rmn, @_eleonoram_, @teresa_scafa, @noemily_ph, @matti_b9, @ele.naus.

Tag @collateral.photo to be selected and published on the next InstHunt.

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InstHunt – The 10 best photos on Instagram this week

InstHunt – The 10 best photos on Instagram this week

Giulia Guido · 1 week ago · Photography

Every day, on our Instagram profile, we ask you to share with us your most beautiful pictures and photographs.
For this InstHunt collection of this week we have selected your 10 best proposals: @zenzeroelimone_, @feebelli, @simeingolo, @davidecannavo, @_barbarac__, @valerycia, @sararotola, @saracamporesi.it, @il_salvo_, @_eleonoram_.

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