La Triennale di Milano hosts “Inside Outside – Petra Blaisse. A Retrospective”

Inside Outside Retrospective at the Triennale is an exhibition that activates and expands a transitory space with its dynamic content and layout. A projection of the paths of the Biblioteca degli Alberi park, recently opened and designed by Inside Outside, creates a black and white pattern on the floor.


“Inside Outside – Petra Blaisse. A Retrospective” © ETH


On this grid the park’s circular tree gardens are represented by circular brushes. Our oeuvre is printed on 2 high plastic/voile curtains. Their layout is site-specific, creating an inner and outer space where it is possible to experience, through the narration of 70 projects, the combination of knowledge, technology and craftsmanship of Inside Outside. (more…)

“Re-build in the built environment” at La Triennale di Milano

In the European year dedicated to Cultural Heritage, from 14 December to 20 January 2019, the Triennale di Milano hosts an exhibition that stages the relationship between contemporary architecture, historical protection, philological valorization and built heritage.


Morgan Library | New York | Renzo Piano Building Workshop © RPBW


Curated by Simona Galateo, “Re-build in the built environment” presents a series of international projects, told through technical drawings, design elements and photographs by Giovanna Silva. The exhibition was also the occasion for the Triennale di Milano to realize with Capoferriun an intervention in the structure of the exhibition hall: the reopening of the three original windows designed by Giovanni Muzio in 1933, the first step towards the rereading and the return of the architectural system to its original design. (more…)

“Reconstructions” at La Triennale di Milano

The exhibition will provide an overview of reconstruction work from different times and places and a reflection on the future prospects of an action that will increasingly involve governments and architects. The reconstruction of cities and territories used to be only occasional, but epoch-making events, though rare, have made it a constant practice, due to the intensification of wars, earthquakes and other types of catastrophe around the world.


La Triennale Milano, “Ricostruzioni” © Gianluca di Ioia


It is also due to the inability of affected populations to cope on their own in the aftermath. However, the accumulation of vast experience has not always led to the formation of a real heritage that can be used as a model. The most recent destructive events in Italy have shown an increase in emergency-based responses and the consequent rejection of past experiences. (more…)