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Among the signatures of decontextualized Archistar and invisible gestures of the most hardened conservatives are inserted from the end of the eighties the interventions of Lacaton & Vassal, architectural firm whose attention to context aligns with sensitive issues that the conference Looking around aims to address. So the Foundation for Architecture / Torino looks around, giving voice to international architects in order to highlight their ability to become convertible (adaptation).
How to relate today to a housing stock that tends to become museum, or conversely, to divest himself of any global proclaiming identity? The first to respond will own Anne Lacaton, co-founder of the Paris studio winner of the Grand Prix National d'Architecture (2008): by restoration work of the Tour Bois le Prêtre to projects for cultural centers such as the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, is the economy of means and dialogue with the existing to make tangible the philosophy of "achieving the most possible with the least possible".
In the enchanting surroundings of the Turin Piedmont Film Commission will be David Thomas Ferrando to moderate the meeting, on Tuesday, March 1 at 6pm.