“ The design on paper is a means to an end, a very important one no doubt, but still a tool to build with. As an end in itself, it is not architecture. It becomes something else, a painting, a drawing or a metaphor. Above all, I consider myself a “builder” in the ancient and everlasting sense of term.” This series of photographs, taken by milanese photographer Luca Sironi for Divisare, is an homage to the architectural legacy by Giovanni Muzio, one of the most productive and influential Italian architect of the twentieth century. His residential and public buildings shaped the look of modern Milan. In a night tour around the city, Luca Sironi offers us his personal look to five housing blocks by Muzio on edge between seductive voyeurism and distract passing by.