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Andrea Bonatti Giuseppe Brunelli

Archvoyage

https://archvoyage.com

Via Alfredo Galletti, Cremona, Italy
Archvoyage is a collective of architects founded in 2014 by Giuseppe Brunelli and Andrea Bonatti during their university studies at Polytechnic of Milan. Archvoyage is an architectural practice without geographic or disciplinary limits, moving all around the world. Archvoyage ranges from photography to art, always in relation to architectural practice. Archvoyage is travel, exploration, design.

Casablanca Dreamin'


A new urban adventure in the Post-Colonial Era

Casablanca Dreamin'


A new urban adventure in the Post-Colonial Era
5 short stories and 1 project about Casablanca colonial myths and its new rebirth
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  • New areas of operation

2030. A Muezzin watches over the city from the minaret. Ever since the 20th century the skyline keeps on changing. The city rises, but never reaches it. 
1930. A french soldier sends a letter to his homeland, expressing weariness. In the meanwhile something is moving, people come from all over the world to get lucky. 
1950. Vamps on pooldecks appear on magazines, sipping cocktails as they wear embarrassing bathing suits for their time, but normal for La Corniche. Casablanca has become the city of desire. 
2003. A negative atmosphere follows Morocco’s independence. The country is closed in on itself. The terrorist attack of 2003 bends Casablanca. The city is a jungle. 
2019. Mega architectures parade along the shore. A islamic looking skyscraper faces the Great Mosque. Inside the new building everything is set to start.
2030. “Ladies and Gentleman we are landing in Casablanca. We wish you to enjoy a dreamy stay or to go to other destinations. In Casablanca all’s fair”


A Hologram for the King (2016)

Casablanca (1942)

Fallo! (2003)

Les Chevaux de Dieu (2012)

Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation (2015)

Casablanca Dreamin'


A new urban adventure in the Post-Colonial Era

Casablanca Dreamin'


A new urban adventure in the Post-Colonial Era
5 short stories and 1 project about Casablanca colonial myths and its new rebirth
File under
Type of project
  • New areas of operation

2030. A Muezzin watches over the city from the minaret. Ever since the 20th century the skyline keeps on changing. The city rises, but never reaches it. 
1930. A french soldier sends a letter to his homeland, expressing weariness. In the meanwhile something is moving, people come from all over the world to get lucky. 
1950. Vamps on pooldecks appear on magazines, sipping cocktails as they wear embarrassing bathing suits for their time, but normal for La Corniche. Casablanca has become the city of desire. 
2003. A negative atmosphere follows Morocco’s independence. The country is closed in on itself. The terrorist attack of 2003 bends Casablanca. The city is a jungle. 
2019. Mega architectures parade along the shore. A islamic looking skyscraper faces the Great Mosque. Inside the new building everything is set to start.
2030. “Ladies and Gentleman we are landing in Casablanca. We wish you to enjoy a dreamy stay or to go to other destinations. In Casablanca all’s fair”


A Hologram for the King (2016)

Casablanca (1942)

Fallo! (2003)

Les Chevaux de Dieu (2012)

Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation (2015)


Idea by

Andrea Bonatti Giuseppe Brunelli
Archvoyage
Via Alfredo Galletti
Cremona
Italy
Archvoyage is a collective of architects founded in 2014 by Giuseppe Brunelli and Andrea Bonatti during their university studies at Polytechnic of Milan. Archvoyage is an architectural practice without geographic or disciplinary limits, moving all around the world. Archvoyage ranges from photography to art, always in relation to architectural practice. Archvoyage is travel, exploration, design.