Designed by Nemesi & Partners and constructed for the 2015 Milan Expo, Palazzo Italia was designed and conceived as a sustainable, zero-energy building that harnesses the photocatalytic properties of a new type of concrete for the outer casing. An "osmotic" building that dialogues and exchanges energy with its surroundings, the structure was wrapped in 2,000 tons of biodynamic concrete, creating over 700 branched panels with a rich, textured quality.
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The Ro House is designed by Aarón Carillo Díaz and is located in #Pachuca#Mexico // Photos by Pablo García Figueroa
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