Milano Arch Week

Milano Arch Week is week of events is devoted to architecture promoted by Triennale Milano together with the Politecnico di Milano university and the City of Milan, in collaboration with the Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Foundation and under the artistic direction of Stefano Boeri.
Lectures by architects, designers, international scientists, emerging architects, urban planners, landscapers, public personalities, and opinion leaders; meetings, book presentations, performances, musical evenings, walks, bike rides and urban tours on a scooter with top-name guides, to discover the city from new points of view.
This edition is closely connected with the themes of the XXII Triennale di Milano Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival: here the issues of environmental sustainability, technological development, migration flows, and social transformations at the heart of Broken Nature will be related to urban spaces and examined from an urban and architectural perspective.

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Milano Arch Week 2018. Photo Gianluca di Ioia

Talk

Broken Nature for Milano Arch Week

The curatorial team of the XXII Triennale di Milano, Broken Nature, contributes to the Arch Week's calendar with a series of lectures and panels that nuance and expand the conversations and reflections kick-started by the opening of the exhibition, four months ago.

Talk

Milano Arch Week
Talks

A week full of meetings and guests to address issues such as environmental sustainability, technological development, migration phenomena and social transformations.

Talk

Milano Arch Week
Conversations

A week full of conversations on the themes and challenges of our time. Among the many guests: Rem Koolhaas, Vittorio Gregotti, Edoardo Tresoldi and Stefano Boeri.

Conference

Milano Arch Week
Lectures

Big names will liven up the Triennale cultural scene during the Milano Arch Week. Among the many: Shigeru Ban, Fabio Novembre, Flores y Prats, Tatiana Bilbao and Andrea Branzi.

Karim Sifaoui

Talk

Algeria
La Charette d'Or

Urban and Architectural perspective in accelerated incubation for young architects

Karim Sifaoui

Niccolò Lupone, VENTO | Politecnico di Milano

Talk

Italy
4 Elements – Taking care. A series of pitches

Niccolò Lupone, VENTO | Politecnico di Milano

Everyday Experiments – Aalto University, illustration by Monica Romagnoli

Conference

Finland
Everyday Experimenting

Policy, Citizenship, Activism – Sustainability, Democracy, Equality

Everyday Experiments – Aalto University, illustration by Monica Romagnoli

MYCOsystem_Małgorzata Gurowska

Workshop

Poland
Mycochoir

With Joanna Halszka Sokołowska
Organized by Adam Mickiewicz Institute

MYCOsystem_Małgorzata Gurowska

©Jan Hrdy

Conference

Czech Republic
Ephemeral Structures

With Petra Nováková, Irena Lehkoživová
Organized by Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague

©Jan Hrdy

Talk

Sri Lanka
A piece of Sky

With Giampiero Peia, Natasha Thompson, Anjuli Framer 

Symbiocene, Project by Trajna Collective (Gaja Mežnarić Osole & Andrej Koruza), Photos by Jonathan Killick and Elliott Taylor

Conference

Slovenia
Towards a circular economy

Symbiocene, Project by Trajna Collective (Gaja Mežnarić Osole & Andrej Koruza), Photos by Jonathan Killick and Elliott Taylor

Rudy Guedj, I See That I See That You Don_t See, 2019

Conference

Netherlands
Sidereal time – Day & Night in the City

With Academy for Urban Astronauts, Paola Antonelli, Merve Bedir, Marten Kuijpers, Suzanne Mulder, Paola Nicolin

Rudy Guedj, I See That I See That You Don_t See, 2019

Ore Streams, 2017

Conference

Is design never–ending?

Conversation between Paola Antonelli and Formafantasma

Ore Streams, 2017

Screening

Anthropocene

A Working Party of international scientists is deciding whether to declare a new geological epoch: the Anthropocene, a planet shaped more by Mankind than Nature.

Screening

Natura Urbana
The Brachen of Berlin

Natura Urbana uses the diversity of plants in Berlin to tell the city’s history, from the post-war period to today.

Almost Nothing
Cern: la scoperta del futuro

On the border between Switzerland and France there is a citadel called CERN, an international community of thousands of people working toward a common goal. How can they work for years – sometimes decades – as one single, huge collective brain? What are they searching for?

Screening

The Storyteller
After Walter Benjamin

The film leadsus on an exciting journey from Europe to the USA, from India to Russia. Nathaniel Knop portrays a philosophy of storytelling and provides a fascinating insight into a world full of hidden stories.

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