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THE PLAN 102

magazine

magazine

malta MAPPING
An archipelago brimming with history in the middle of the Mediterranean


editorial critique

editorial critique

Rahul Mehrotra
The Permanent and Ephemeral


What does this mean for Urbanism?

International architecture


International architecture

Rudy Ricciotti
mucem museum

Architecture of the month

  • John McAslan + Partners
    Museum of Russian Impressionism
Architecture of the month

John McAslan + Partners
Museum of Russian Impressionism

Italian Architecture


Italian Architecture

morana+rao architetti
Casa sull'altopiano Ibleo

Wood in architecture

  • Robert Gutowski Architects
    Pannonhalma Music Hall
Wood in architecture

Robert Gutowski Architects
Pannonhalma Music Hall


Radar

Radar

Report


Report

Theatro


Stage for Ideas

AIA/CES ONLINE COURSES

  • Ben van Berkel UNStudio
    House beside a Vineyard
AIA/CES ONLINE COURSES

Ben van Berkel UNStudio
House beside a Vineyard

Company Lab

Fakro
Door and Window Frames

Products
News

Company Lab


Products

  • Kale Italia | Edilcuoghi
    EDILCUOGHI: FOR VERSATILE AND CONTEMPORARY SPACES
  • Schlüter-Systems
    KERDI-LINE-STYLE

News


  • CEVISAMA 2018
    Ceramic, Cevisama 2018

  • Novità Vimar 2017

“THE PLAN - Architecture & Technologies in Detail” , founded in Bologna in 2001, is one of the most acclaimed architecture and design reviews in Italy and worldwide . THE PLAN’s editorial approach is to provide in-depth understanding of the architectures reviewed. Content quality is a major prerequisite and each project is prepared with the utmost attention, from the construction details through to images and graphic design. THE PLAN’s readers readers - architects, designers, engineers, investors and developers - are the decision makers of materials and technological systems for constructions, solutions for contract, interior design and outdoor.

Today’s integrated project-development approach, whereby suppliers work with architects as design and construction partners, means that THE PLAN’s readers have a broad overview of what’s available and whom to contact for new building technologies and innovative design. According to THE PLAN international approach, the projects texts are in English and Italian while the construction details are in English, Italian, German and Spanish. THE PLAN has subscribers in 70 countries and distribution in newsstands, airports, railway stations, shopping malls, bookstores, in more than 60 countries worldwide.

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