A marathon dedicated to the present and future of the city of Milan

Milan Arch Week – the week dedicated to architecture, urban transformations and the future of city ​​with the artistic direction of Stefano Boeri – reaches its fourth edition.
The event, part of the YesMilano palimpsest, is promoted by the Municipality of Milan, Politecnico di Milano and Triennale Milano, in collaboration with Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli.
The health emergency situation and the consequent measures taken by governments around the world have led to a rethinking of the format of the event. Milano Arch Week Marathon, a day of lectures and live performances that will take place completely online on Saturday 16th May.

In this complex moment, the Milan Arch Week Marathon wants to promote reflection on the city of Milan, on the challenges it is facing and will have to face in the near future, involving the great protagonists of international architecture who have designed some of the most emblematic places of the city in recent years.
The international speakers who will participate in the Milan Arch Week Marathon are: Petra Blaisse (Parco Biblioteca degli Alberi); Peter Eisenman (Carlo Erba Residences); Bjarke Ingels (the new CityLife, currently under design); Rem Koolhaas (Prada Foundation); Daniel Libeskind (CityLife);
Kazuyo Sejima – SANAA (Bocconi Campus).
These great architects have talked about their relationship with Milan, the project they have created here and they proposed ideas and reflections to imagine and plan the Milan of the future, after this profound trauma.
The designers and studios selected for the Urban Center‘s public program will also be involved presenting their research and highlighting the contribution they can offer with respect to the challenges that Milan will face in the medium/long period.
In addition, a series of panels covered the Milan of post-war reconstruction involving architects and urban planners of the Politecnico di Milano Giulio M. Barazzetta, Giovanni Hanninen, Simona Pierini, Luigi Spinelli, Cino Zucchi.

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