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/ MILANO /
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/ MILANO /
ALCOVA / 21
Elettra Fiumi in conversation with Margherita Marri
Elettra Fiumi, the daughter of 9999’s Fabrizio Fiumi, has been gathering, digitizing, studying and filming this hidden treasure of a multimedia archive for the last eight years, making a Graham Foundation supported documentary, “Radical Landscapes.”
Davide Rapp (videographer), Sebastiano Leddi (editor in chief Perimetro), Giacomo Ardesio (Fosbury Architecture).
TRAME / Studio Vedèt
Trame is a homeware brand exploring NEW DOMESTIC LANDSCAPES across the MEDITERRANEAN. Ismail Tazi and Valentina Ciuffi, respectively co-founder and creative director of the brand, in conversation with the designers Maddalena Casadei, Sophie Dries, Julie Richoz.
Life is a meme, so is design
Ilaria Bianchi’s describes her approach towards design through a series of selected memes.
Federico Rossi + Francesca Gagliardi | Fondamenta | (architects), Angela Rui (curator), Simone Bossi (photographer). Data (matters) Decodificare/Tradurre/ Connettere Il momento surreale.
Sali & Tabacchi Journal
Sali e Tabacchi Journal is an annual publication that explores the relationship between the creative arts and Italy’s unknown rituals, habits and traditions. The magazine was founded by journalist and content strategist Elisa Carassai and art director Leonardo Pellegrino.
Women in lighting
Giorgia Brusemini (Designer and Italian Ambassador for the International Women in Lighting project) and Lisa Marchesi (Lighting Designer) in conversation with Paolo Casicci. The light installation “Hacking With Light...when evening comes” - in collaboration with Moroso and formalighting, will be the stage for the meeting. The evening will be an opportunity for WIL project supporters and the entire Milan lighting community to meet during the week, too.
Ila Beka & Louise Lemoine (videographer), Vlasta Kubusova + Miroslav Kral | Crafting Plastics! | (designers), Marco Ferrari + Elisa Pasqual | Studio Folder | (agency for visual research) Urban (anthropology) (creative?) process (unstable) boundaries.
Cross Cultural Chairs / Matteo Guarnaccia
Cross Cultural Chairs is a research on social-cultural differences analyzed through chairs. Coming from the curiosity of chair making and the act of sitting down, CCC analyzes the cultural context of this object among eight of the most populated countries, over the period of eight months.
The Floor is Lava. The Possibility of an Island
(ab)Normal, Captcha, Forgotten Architecture, Fosbury Architecture, Interiors Agency, Parasite 2.0, Plasticity and Space Caviar.