Gianluca Riccio, copywriter and journalist - Born in 1975, he is the creative director of an advertising agency, he is affiliated with the Italian Institute for the Future, World Future Society and H +, Network of Italian Transhumanists.
A piece of the city that doesn't look like it is in the city: Little Island in New York is a small dictionary of the future of public spaces.
A skyscraper full of nutrients, which dissolves in the wind "reconciling" a forest and helping the ecosystem to regrow.
They lost a home in their youth: today they invented a capsule that can be closed and opened remotely, to face any emergency.
A gigantic skyscraper has been designed with a special shape that reduces swaying. To me it looks like the horn of a unicorn: to you?
A swimming pool facing the void between two skyscrapers: we had seen a lot, but this was still missing. London takes care of it, opening its Sky Pool.
The ability to create structures to withstand climate change and overcrowding. It's called the future, but you can call it arcology.
A 3D printed house using only land present on site: this is the new goal of an all-Italian architecture and production team.