On October 10, 1916, Antonio Sant’Elia died fighting Austro-Hungarian forces at the eighth Battle of the Isonzo near Monfalcone on the Adriatic coast. The Italian architect was just 28 years old and left behind only one completed building, his Villa Elisi in Brunate, outside of Como.
There’s a rare chance to see some gems from the Victoria and Albert Museum’s Jobbing Printing Collection in The New Line –currently showing The De La Warr Pavilion
The world’s first solar panel road has officially opened in a small village in Normandy, France. Built in the small village of Tourouvre-au-Perche, the 1 kilometer route, dubbed the “Wattway,” is covered in 2,800 square meters of photovoltaic panels. It is designed to be used by up to 2,000 motorists per day,
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