Feeding: New Ideas for the City - Interni exhibition

Winy Maas, Daniel Libeskind, MVRDV, Kengo Kuma,

Alex de Rijke,


Expo, Sport & Wellness,


During Salone del Mobile 2014, Milan University and Brera Botanical Gardens hosted installations by a number of architects and designers, proposals and ideas about the city of the future inspired by the theme of Expo 2015.

Feeding: New Ideas for the City - Interni exhibition

A number of world-renowned architects presented their architecture and design installations for "Feeding: New Ideas for the city - Interni", an event presented by Interni magazine and publishers Arnoldo Mondadori Editore at Fuorisalone 2014, set up in a number of spaces in the University of Milan and Brera Botanical Gardens.
The theme architects and designers addressed in their temporary installations was the theme of Expo Milano 2015: "Nutrire il Pianeta. Energia per la Vita"(Feeding the Planet: Energy for Life), addressed in terms of the relationship between natural materials and artificial constructions, between technological innovation and sustainability.

Philippe Daverio acted as moderator of the April 7th conference at “Università Statale di Milano” in which the architects and designers themselves presented the principal installations: Marina Abramovic with Daniel Libeskind, Walter Maria de Silva, Giovanni Polazzi (Archea), Yoshiharu Tsukamoto (Atelier Bow-Wow), Alex de Rijke (dRMM), Piero Lissoni, Winy Maas (MVRDV), Paola Navone, Michele Molé (Nemesi&Partners), Sergei Tchoban (Speech Tchoban&kuznetsov), Koichi Suzuno (Torafu Architects), Yang Dongjiang.

(Agnese Bifulco)


ENtreePIC (10 x 6 x h 6 m)
design NEMESI&PARTNERS - Michele Molè, Susanna Tradati
Images courtesy of Italcementi ph. Carrieri

Stone Forest (4,5 x 7.5 x h 3,55m)
design Kengo Kuma & Associates
Images courtesy of Salvatori

Windowscape (8 x 3 x h 4,6 m)
design ATELIER BOW-WOW - Yoshiharu Tsukamoto, Momoyo Kaijima
Images courtesy Atelier Bow-Wow ph. Nacasa


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