Achille Castiglioni, Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, Spalter, 1956, Rem di Enrico Rossetti. Courtesy Triennale Milano – Collezione. Foto: Amendolagine Barracchia

Exhibition

Home Sweet Home

The "home sweet home," at once intimate and universal, is the space of everyday life. An architectural space that represents the possibility of re-establishing a direct link between our most authentic needs and the environments to be designed. A space that also represents the relationship between home and work, male and female, production and reproduction, public and private.

Building on the history of our institution and its International Exhibitions, the show reaches into the contemporary, with the reconstruction of site-specific environments and installations by international architectural firms, groups and research centers in dialogue with thematic historical sections. From the transformation of gender roles to the evolution of the relationship with nature within the domestic space to the influence of technology on the way of living, the themes of the projects on display generate an open reflection on the idea of home and the inhabitants of a place whose experimentations are capable of conveying new languages, new ethical aspirations and new programs for architecture.

Credits

Curated by: Nina Bassoli
Exhibition design: Captcha Architecture, Margherita Marri and Jacopo Rosa with Luca Monaco
Historic sections: Florencia Andreola, Imma Forino, Maite García Sanchis, Annalisa Metta, Azzurra Muzzonigro, Gaia Piccarolo
Site-specific projects by: Assemble Studio, Céline Baumann, CCA – Canadian Centre for Architecture, DOGMA, MAIO, Matilde Cassani Studio, Sex & the City
Works by: Diller + Scofidio, Maria Giuseppina Grasso Cannizzo, Lacaton & Vassal

Highlights

Photo by Melania Dalle Grave, DSL Studio

Photo by Melania Dalle Grave, DSL Studio

Photo by Melania Dalle Grave, DSL Studio

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