“In my house“, Thoreau tells us in his Walden, “I had three chairs: one for solitude, two for friendship, and then three more for society”. Three chairs that represent three different ways of relating to oneself and to others, starting from the way the body lives in space. Waiting Posthuman Studio, on the occasion ofContinue reading “TRE SEDIE A WALDEN”


The course New Cultural Institutions at Politecnico di Milano investigates the relationship between space, governance and the economic sustainability of some of the recent Milanese cultural institutions. The aim of the course is to elaborate a critical vision of the phenomenon through the elaboration of experiential installations at the 1: 1 scale. How to imagineContinue reading “NEW CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS”


Rethinking a new post-earthquake territorial geography in central Italy. On August 24, 2016, a violent shock of magnitude 6.0 struck a large area along the Valle del Tronto, between the municipalities of Accumoli and Arquata del Tronto. The Earthquake 2016 has been characterized by several and many shocks that have affected the territories differently. ToContinue reading “POST-EARTHQUAKE RECONSTRUCTION LAB”


The Pangea Game is a pavilion realised by the students of IC – Advanced Urban Design Workshop by Stefano Boeri at Politecnico di Milano commissioned by Able Award to be exhibited during Design Week (9-12 April 2019) at Superstudio in via Tortona 28. The installation then moved in Triennale Milano for Milano Arch Week (21-26Continue reading “THE PANGEA GAME”


SEX & THE CITY is a genre reading of urban spaces that pursues the overcoming of conflicting dualisms between male and female, production and reproduction, public and private space. Through a public program and a research project, SEX & THE CITY will try to build a framework capable of integrating the gender dimension in theContinue reading “SEX & THE CITY”


The XXII Triennale di Milano,  Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival, curated by Paola Antonelli, senior curator of Design and Architecture at MoMA, NY. It has been showcased from March 1 to September 1, 2019 at Triennale Milano. The XXII Triennale is organized around an exhibition of several existing projects and six major commissionedContinue reading “BROKEN NATURE”


Milano Arch Week is the international architecture festival, organized by Politecnico di Milano, Comune di Milano and Triennale Milano, in collaboration with Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli. The festival, lasting 5 days, has brought to Milan the most important names of the international architectural scene, with over 170 events at the Triennale, as well as itineraries andContinue reading “MILANO ARCH WEEK 2019”