MAAT Museum is one of the major venues hosting several exhibitions of Lisbon Architecture Triennale - Photo by Paulo Coelho, courtesy of EDP Foundation.

MAAT Museum, Lisbon – © Paulo Coelho, courtesy of EDP Foundation.

ArchiPanic is an architecture and design magazine giving voice to visionary professionals and emerging talents across the world. Our mantra is “be respectful, and keep a down-to-earth attitude,” says Enrico Zilli, Archipanic Editor in Chief. Each story we publish is hype-free and most often human-based and focuses on sustainability. “We are particularly fond of projects cross-pollinating architecture and design with other fields, including technology, fashion, food culture, and more.”

Beyond the Map - Frame from teaser - Google.

Beyond the Map – Frame from teaser – Google.

Archipanic focuses on three major categories:

  • ARCHITECTURE: Projects, opinions, and urban planning. ArchiPanic tracks architectural trends in the making.
  • DESIGN: Products and projects by established and independent brands but also makers, students, and innovators.
  • INTERIORS: The art to compose unexpected moods with trend-setting lifestyle environments.

The magazine also reports from fairs, festivals, and international events and dedicates posts on how architecture and design can respond to major global events or contribute to tackling crises and emergencies.

Archipanic is an editorial project by Enrico Zilli – Founder and  Editor in Chief. “I am a Milan-based professional that happily makes ends meet with a PR and Press Office job with a focus on architecture and design. ArchiPanic was born from a passion that gradually became a job. The magazine reflects me quite well. Informally polite, without any sort of prejudice, and with a special interest in human-related projects.”

For any questions, if you want to collaborate with us or help us to improve the magazine, or submit your story for publication visit the CONTACT page.

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Crowd in Tokyo - Photo by Stephan Geyer, Flickr CC.

Crowd in Tokyo – Photo by Stephan Geyer, Flickr CC.