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On Saturday May 27th, during the Festival Architettura in Città 2017, took place the meeting of the exhibition “Urban Interiors: another form of public space” a dialogue between Cristina Bianchetti, which explained the concept of urban interiors in relation to the project of contemporary public space, Cecilia Guida (Cittadellarte – Pistoletto Foundation), who observed the space through the powerful glimpse of public art and Guido Montanari (City Councilor of Turin), who highlighted the current economic and political issues in respect to the redistribution of public resources. Read more
Dal 25 al 27 maggio si terrà, presso lo Spazio Festival Architettura in Città – via Quittengo 35, Torino negli orari apertura festival, la mostra sugli Urban Interiors.
Gli Urban Interiors sono spazi poco esposti e riparati. L’opposto dello spazio pubblico moderno: luminoso, trasparente, fluido. Non definibili dalle connotazioni morfologiche, ma dagli usi, dalle relazioni, dai corpi che li abitano. Obiettivo della mostra è discutere dei modi in cui si riconfigura lo stare in pubblico nella città contemporanea. Read more
The “New Manufactures in the City” project has been presented today at BASE, Milan. It’s a project designed by an institutional group founded by Cristina Tajani which aims to reintroduce production in Milan. Far away from emphasising 4.0 rethorics as the future or Creative Manufactures as the solution, it deals with reality, building networks and an interscalar model. Read more
“Back to the future”. Looking back at the factory town to explore renewed relatonship between producton and space
The aim of the Urban Design Studio 2016/17 (Architecture degree course of the Politecnico of Turin) was to analyze and understand what is left today on the territory of the Fordist city structure. In this sense, Turin can be an important case study to look, not only because in this city is possible to observe how his industrial past was absorbed or denied, but also because here it’s interesting to define what prospects are opened today for the spaces that haven’t been subject to a process by transformation. Read more