Arcipelago is a collective of islands scattered in the sea of architecture.

The islands may be found close to each other, sharing similar morphological features and having affinities in ideological orientations.

The components of Arcipelago share a reciprocal —and more or less intimate— common connection among themselves and with the elements of the other archipelagos.

A submarine volcanic eruption in the Adriatic Sea formed these six islands along the coast of Puglia in the spring of 2015.

Since then, the plate movements on the lithosphere have caused the continuous migration of the islands throughout the Eurasian continent.

Until now, tectonic-creative events have been reported in Barcelona, Catania, Stockholm, Naples, and Cem Soldos.

The Arcipelago islands continue to move with the tides. These days, they are scattered all over Italy, Switzerland and Spain.