Dicembre 2021
MAP Studio's 'Lightcatcher' Opens in Melbourne
Autore: John Hill
Editore: World-Architects
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The Lightcatcher, designed by architects Francesco Magnani and Traudy Pelzel of Venice's MAP studio, has opened in Melbourne's Queen Victoria Gardens. It is the seventh MPavilion commissioned by the Naomi Milgrom Foundation.

Luglio 2021
MAP Studio's MPavilion Unveiled
Autore: John Hill
Editore: World-Architects
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The design of the seventh MPavilion, designed by Italy's MAP studio, has been unveiled. Called "The LightCatcher," the project will be erected in Melbourne's Queen Victoria Gardens and start hosting events in November.

Maggio 2021
MAP Studio to Design the Next MPavilion
Autore: John Hill
Editore: World-Architects
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After a summer spent putting on events in a parking garage due to the pandemic, the next iteration of MPavilion will return to Melbourne's Queen Victoria Gardens and a new structure to be designed by Venice's MAP studio.

Dicembre 2020
Carlo Scarpa, the House on the Gran Canal
Milano
ISBN: 978-88-928-2080-7
Autore: Roberta Martinis, Francesco Magnani, Traudy Pelzel
Editore: Electaarchitettura

The book tells the history of the Balboni house designed by Carlo Scarpa and the history of the project and the construction site of its restoration carried out by MAP studio

Giugno 2018
ALPI's Asplund Pavilion in Venice
Autore: John Hill
Editore: World-Architects
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The Asplund Pavilion, designed by architects Francesco Magnani and Traudy Pelzel of Italy's MAP studio, is the cornerstone of the first Pavilion of the Holy See at the Venice Architecture Biennale. Covered in ALPI wood surfaces inside and out, the small pavilion was inspired by Gunnar Asplund's Woodland Chapel and exhibits drawings, photographs and a model of that 20th-century masterpiece.