On Domus a wonderful case of “evolutionary return” with the Milanosaurs. The famous magazine proposes an urban bestiary of Milan in 2020 seen from the future: a series of illustrations (and a story) in which Andrea Rossi sees dinosaurs return in the form of the largest Milanese buildings, from the Torre Velasca to the Vertical Forest.
The designer, from the New Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, showcases a new architecture and a new concept of urban planning, transforming the most iconic buildings of the Milanese capital into a daring biomorphic variety. The Pirelli skyscraper and the Unicredit tower mix with the iconic architectures of big names in a utopia that imagines a new form of evolution of the species (or typology).
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