Triennale Milano
Llareta #0308-2B31 (Up to 3,000 years old ; Atacama Desert, Chile), from The Oldest Living Things in the World by Rachel Sussman
Curatorial team: Ala Tannir, Laura Maeran, Erica Petrillo, with Laurie Mandin
Head of Program: Laura Agnesi
International Relations Chief Officer: Marco Sammicheli
Identity: Anna Kulachek with Dario Zampiron
Exhibition Design: Studio Folder (Elisa Pasqual and Marco Ferrari) and Matilde Cassani
Catalogue: Triennale in partnership with Electa
Catalogue Design: Anna Kulachek and Studio Folder
Catalogue Managing Editors: Edoardo Bonaspetti and Stefano Cernuschi
Exhibition

Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival

March 1 – September 1 2019
Broken Nature is the thematic exhibition from which the XXII International Exhibition takes its name. The thematic exhibition is an in-depth exploration of the strands that connect humans to the natural environment that have been intensely compromised, if not entirely severed, over the years. By casting a wide net on architecture and design projects, Broken Nature underlines the concept of restorative design, highlighting objects and concepts at all scales that reconsider human beings’ relationship with their environments – including both natural and social ecosystems.
A number of directly commissioned works complement the loans in the thematic exhibition. The commissions include: Accurat, Formafantasma, Neri Oxman e Sigil Collective.
Credits
Curated by: Paola Antonelli
Curatorial team: Ala Tannir, Laura Maeran, Erica Petrillo, with Laurie Mandin
Head of Program: Laura Agnesi
International Relations Chief Officer: Marco Sammicheli
Identity: Anna Kulachek with Dario Zampiron
Exhibition Design: Studio Folder (Elisa Pasqual and Marco Ferrari) and Matilde Cassani
Catalogue: Triennale in partnership with Electa
Catalogue Design: Anna Kulachek and Studio Folder
Catalogue Managing Editors: Edoardo Bonaspetti and Stefano Cernuschi

Highlights

Jorge Mañes Rubio and Amanda Pinatih, Design Museum Dharavi. 2016. Photo: Courtesy the designers
buro BELÉN (Brecht Duijf, Lenneke Langenhuijsen), SUN+, UPF8 and UPF20 Wearable. 2018. Photo: Jantien Roozenburg. Courtesy the designers
Futurefarmers (Amy Franceschini), Seed Procession, 2016. Seed Journey. 2016 - ongoing. Photo: Monika Lovdahl. Courtesy Futurefarmers
Stephan Bogner, Philipp Schmitt and Jonas Voigt, Raising Robotic Natives, Bottle Feeder. 2016. Photo: Courtesy the designers
Capsula Mundi, Anna Citelli and Raoul Bretzel
Partecipazioni Internazionali

Archives and collection

Veduta notturna dell’abitazione a cupola geodetica di Füller, progetto dell’allestimento dell’architetto Roberto Mango, realizzata nel parco Sempione per la decima Triennale
Veduta notturna dell’abitazione a cupola geodetica di Füller, progetto dell’allestimento dell’architetto Roberto Mango, realizzata nel parco Sempione per la decima Triennale
Mostra sugli Studi delle proporzioni, allestimento dell'architetto Francesco Gnecchi-Ruscone, esposto nella mostra Studi sulle proporzioni
Mostra sugli Studi delle proporzioni, allestimento dell'architetto Francesco Gnecchi-Ruscone, esposto nella mostra Studi sulle proporzioni
Sculture piramidali di Lynn Chadwick, nell’allestimento del Grande numero: l’intervento figurativo a grande scala
Sculture piramidali di Lynn Chadwick, nell’allestimento del Grande numero: l’intervento figurativo a grande scala
Lampadario "carciofo" di Poul Henningsen, nella sezione della Danimarca
Lampadario "carciofo" di Poul Henningsen, nella sezione della Danimarca