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Giovanni Comoglio

Chieri (Torino), Italy
Giovanni Comoglio (Turin, Italy, 1986) is an architect trained in Turin and Paris. Currently a teaching assistant at Politecnico di Milano, he is a contributor for Domus magazine. Holding a PhD in History of Architecture and Urban Planning, he operates in the field of history and theory research, investigating habitat through contemporary architecture; he has operated in the fields of contemporary architecture and art curatorship, as resident architect at FRAC Centre-Val De Loire, Orléans (F).

A GentleHuman’s Guide to ReEarth


Gossiping about future

A GentleHuman’s Guide to ReEarth


Gossiping about future
Stories, histories and accounts for those who want to enjoy a post-Future Architecture world
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Type of project
  • Systemic changes

GGReE is that kind of ultimate guide you will definitely need to slip in your bag when packing for a trip to a country of the ReEarth -the world as it will be once the innovations prefigured by the 6 selected projects have worked their effect. A worthy competitor/companion to the Monocle or Guardian’s guides, GGReE goes way beyond your Baedeker unfolding a curated work of narration on places, experiences and ways of living, something to read on the train on the way to those places,or in a café once you have moved there.
An intellectual connection needs to be established between people and radically new experiential frameworks brought in by real innovations: GGReE is dedicated to this mission, a fictional narrative guide providing a conversational –may sound gossipy sometimes- récit. Stories on the origin of environments and habitats, encounters/interviews with people involved in such new world -citizens, creators, visitors- are the material making such an immersive experience complete


An excerpt is proposed - dedicated to +++++, a city where selected projects from Future Architecture Creative Exchange have developed their action - freely drawing ideas, references and feelings from a sample selection within the proposals for 2019 Future Architecture Creative Exchange. Sample images by para-sight and IHC Studio

A GentleHuman’s Guide to ReEarth


Gossiping about future

A GentleHuman’s Guide to ReEarth


Gossiping about future
Stories, histories and accounts for those who want to enjoy a post-Future Architecture world
File under
Type of project
  • Systemic changes

GGReE is that kind of ultimate guide you will definitely need to slip in your bag when packing for a trip to a country of the ReEarth -the world as it will be once the innovations prefigured by the 6 selected projects have worked their effect. A worthy competitor/companion to the Monocle or Guardian’s guides, GGReE goes way beyond your Baedeker unfolding a curated work of narration on places, experiences and ways of living, something to read on the train on the way to those places,or in a café once you have moved there.
An intellectual connection needs to be established between people and radically new experiential frameworks brought in by real innovations: GGReE is dedicated to this mission, a fictional narrative guide providing a conversational –may sound gossipy sometimes- récit. Stories on the origin of environments and habitats, encounters/interviews with people involved in such new world -citizens, creators, visitors- are the material making such an immersive experience complete


An excerpt is proposed - dedicated to +++++, a city where selected projects from Future Architecture Creative Exchange have developed their action - freely drawing ideas, references and feelings from a sample selection within the proposals for 2019 Future Architecture Creative Exchange. Sample images by para-sight and IHC Studio


Idea by

Giovanni Comoglio
Chieri (Torino)
Italy
Giovanni Comoglio (Turin, Italy, 1986) is an architect trained in Turin and Paris. Currently a teaching assistant at Politecnico di Milano, he is a contributor for Domus magazine. Holding a PhD in History of Architecture and Urban Planning, he operates in the field of history and theory research, investigating habitat through contemporary architecture; he has operated in the fields of contemporary architecture and art curatorship, as resident architect at FRAC Centre-Val De Loire, Orléans (F).