Milano Arch Week 2023
June 2 – 11, 2023
What can we learn from the marginal areas? What do we expect from the home? What are the boundaries of the center? Are neighborhoods islands or are they rather thematic layers?
Milano Arch Week is a week of lectures, talks, working tables, workshops, and itineraries that explore the future of architecture and cities through the voices of architects, landscape designers, researchers and curators from all over the world. Now in its fifth edition, Milano Arch Week, titled Around Peripheries, is a moment of confrontation on the social and cultural energies of the city, aimed at initiating a collective reflection on the peripheries.
Preparatory Act for an Urgent Memoir of Vittorio Gregotti
June 6 2023
A tribute to Italian architect, urban planner, and architectural theorist Vittorio Gregotti (1927 – 2020), whose career spans more than seven decades of Italian and world architectural history, beginning in the immediate postwar period.
Irpin, Ukraine: Past, Present and Future Destroyed but Not Conquered
June 9 – 10, 2023
The exhibition evokes the past, present and future of the city of Irpin (Ukraine) in an immersive experience that recalls the tragedy but also the desire for hope and rebirth that the citizens of the Ukrainian city are demonstrating.
Sumayya Vally (Counterspace) in conversation with Joseph Grima
June 10 2023
South African architect Sumayya Vally dialogues with British architect and curator Joseph Grima to question what it means to overturn the hierarchies between margins and centrality and what the role of cultural production is in the political agenda of architecture.