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Rosa Rogina: LFA, a festival to “act” on our city

An architect, researcher and curator, Rosa Rogina is the new Director of the London Festival of Architecture, the world’s largest event in the industry. Salone del Mobile.Milano met her in London to discuss plans and expectations of the festival’s upcoming edition.

Focus on Schemata Architects

With his studio Schemata Architects, the architect Jo Nagasaka designs projects for interiors that rarely go unnoticed. The spaces he carves out are a perfect blend of street culture-style contemporary aesthetics and Japan’s craft and spiritual tradition. The skill with which he gives shape to spaces is concealed behind an “almost unfinished” appearance which, on closer inspection betrays a deep respect for materials, functions and spaces, making for great freedom of use. Nagasaka’s method is to look at the existing situation, the context and the options and then take a bold approach, harnessing unexpected solutions, channelling contemporary spatial design trends with a skill that few other masters manage to achieve.

Masquespacio: “We create spaces that rouse emotions”

Ana is from Colombia, Christophe from Belgium. Spain is where they’ve joined forces, not just emotionally but also professionally. Masquespacio is a harmonious mix of creativity and marketing strategy. They’ve been riding the crest of the wave for the last few years.

Rosa Rogina: LFA, a festival to “act” on our city

An architect, researcher and curator, Rosa Rogina is the new Director of the London Festival of Architecture, the world’s largest event in the industry. Salone del Mobile.Milano met her in London to discuss plans and expectations of the festival’s upcoming edition.

Focus on Schemata Architects

With his studio Schemata Architects, the architect Jo Nagasaka designs projects for interiors that rarely go unnoticed. The spaces he carves out are a perfect blend of street culture-style contemporary aesthetics and Japan’s craft and spiritual tradition. The skill with which he gives shape to spaces is concealed behind an “almost unfinished” appearance which, on closer inspection betrays a deep respect for materials, functions and spaces, making for great freedom of use. Nagasaka’s method is to look at the existing situation, the context and the options and then take a bold approach, harnessing unexpected solutions, channelling contemporary spatial design trends with a skill that few other masters manage to achieve.

Masquespacio: “We create spaces that rouse emotions”

Ana is from Colombia, Christophe from Belgium. Spain is where they’ve joined forces, not just emotionally but also professionally. Masquespacio is a harmonious mix of creativity and marketing strategy. They’ve been riding the crest of the wave for the last few years.

People
People

Rosa Rogina: LFA, a festival to “act” on our city

An architect, researcher and curator, Rosa Rogina is the new Director of the London Festival of Architecture, the world’s largest event in the industry. Salone del Mobile.Milano met her in London to discuss plans and expectations of the festival’s upcoming edition.

Focus on Schemata Architects

With his studio Schemata Architects, the architect Jo Nagasaka designs projects for interiors that rarely go unnoticed. The spaces he carves out are a perfect blend of street culture-style contemporary aesthetics and Japan’s craft and spiritual tradition. The skill with which he gives shape to spaces is concealed behind an “almost unfinished” appearance which, on closer inspection betrays a deep respect for materials, functions and spaces, making for great freedom of use. Nagasaka’s method is to look at the existing situation, the context and the options and then take a bold approach, harnessing unexpected solutions, channelling contemporary spatial design trends with a skill that few other masters manage to achieve.

Masquespacio: “We create spaces that rouse emotions”

Ana is from Colombia, Christophe from Belgium. Spain is where they’ve joined forces, not just emotionally but also professionally. Masquespacio is a harmonious mix of creativity and marketing strategy. They’ve been riding the crest of the wave for the last few years.

Rosa Rogina: LFA, a festival to “act” on our city

An architect, researcher and curator, Rosa Rogina is the new Director of the London Festival of Architecture, the world’s largest event in the industry. Salone del Mobile.Milano met her in London to discuss plans and expectations of the festival’s upcoming edition.

Focus on Schemata Architects

With his studio Schemata Architects, the architect Jo Nagasaka designs projects for interiors that rarely go unnoticed. The spaces he carves out are a perfect blend of street culture-style contemporary aesthetics and Japan’s craft and spiritual tradition. The skill with which he gives shape to spaces is concealed behind an “almost unfinished” appearance which, on closer inspection betrays a deep respect for materials, functions and spaces, making for great freedom of use. Nagasaka’s method is to look at the existing situation, the context and the options and then take a bold approach, harnessing unexpected solutions, channelling contemporary spatial design trends with a skill that few other masters manage to achieve.

Masquespacio: “We create spaces that rouse emotions”

Ana is from Colombia, Christophe from Belgium. Spain is where they’ve joined forces, not just emotionally but also professionally. Masquespacio is a harmonious mix of creativity and marketing strategy. They’ve been riding the crest of the wave for the last few years.