CityVision magazine is pleased to share with you the Issue #5. Out now!
The magazine introduces new special projects, interviews, columns and photo-issue collected during last four months.
An editorial intro named Past Shock (pastshock.tumblr.com) collected quotes by important architecture protagonists to introduce the launch of New York CityVision Competition, the fourth international competition by CityVision.
A conversation with Jules Coke, founding director of Londonise office Squint/Opera, the temporary architecture works of Ball+Nogues from Los Angeles, the inflatable architecture by Berlin based Plastique Fantastique, the young architecture brothers from New York, Leong Leong, the fashion/architecture of Nicola Formichetti and Asher Levine and a conversation with actor Valerio Mastandrea about its architecture worksite short film.
The issue #5 talks about connection between music and architecture with Straight to Hell and then Metropolitan Construction Site, artists as Evol and Carlos Amorales, Roman neighborhood such as Tor Pignattara and Garbatella and looks at the “right” hand of power strictly connected with architecture.
The Warsaw photoissue by architect and photographer Simone De Iacobis and the Notebook with Francesco Lipari’s Colossario, plus our Waving, Paper Bastards and Fuckingood Agenda fixed sections.
The launch of CityVision magazine issue #5 was held at MACRO museum in Rome, last February 17th during the successfull event I Have Seen The Future (ihaveseenthefxxxxx.tumblr.com) with also a lecture of Jules Coke, director of Squint/Opera, the official launch of New York CityVision Competition and the announcement of PFFF – Inflatable Architecture Competition’s winners (www.cityvision-competition.com/pfff/results)
To have your copy
Issue #5 will be distributed around Rome, Milan, Turin and Palermo or you can buy your copy on the website www.cityvision-mag.com/shop and browse it on the Issuu page: issuu.com/cityvisionmag.