Renzo Piano talks levitation, light and living by the sea
For the cover story in this weekend's Financial Times How To Spend It magazine, Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano recalls some of his most iconic buildings, previews his designs for Le Renzo at Mareterra - “a flying vessel on the seashore of Monte Carlo” - and talks to the importance of the district's focus on sustainability, which will drive the future of architecture. “My buildings represent a constant search for beauty that is always just out of reach” Read the full feature online here © Stefan Giftthaler

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