SÃO PAULO CALLING | Rome

On the 27th of January 2012 in the Centro Cultural of São Paulo São Paulo Calling was inaugurated. It is an exhibition on urban informality promoted by Sehab -the Secreteria de Habitação of the Municipality of São Paulo- and curated by the architect Stefano Boeri. The exhibition is part of a wider project, lasting sixContinue reading “SÃO PAULO CALLING | Rome”

MILANO ANIMAL CITY

Milano Animal City is an exhibition/research curated by the students of the Urbanism and Urban Design courses 2015 and 2016 at Politecnico di Milano by profs. Stefano Boeri and Michele Brunello. Milano Animal City presents suggestions and visions for the ri-colonisation by animal and vegetal species of the milanese urban environment: it focuses on issuesContinue reading “MILANO ANIMAL CITY”

A GREEN RIVER FOR MILAN

A Green River for Milan is an urban reforestation project developed for the consultation of ideas: “Scali Milano”, organized by FS Sistemi Urbani in collaboration with the Municipality of Milan in view of the Program Agreement. In this context, Stefano Boeri Architetti was invited, along with EMBT Miralles Tagliabue, Mecanoo, MAD Architects and Cino ZucchiContinue reading “A GREEN RIVER FOR MILAN”

NEW CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS

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”

BROKEN NATURE

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”