Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities

Camera Chiara

Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC

The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.

 

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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.  
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
  Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.  
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
  Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).  
  Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.  
  Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).    
  Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.  
  Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.  
  Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.  
  Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.  
  Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.  
  Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.  
  Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé  
 
\r\n\r\n \r\nFuture Flowers\r\nProject by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with\u00a0 OIKOS\r\n\r\nThe installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
\r\n\r\n \r\nDeep Words Light\r\nProject by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO\r\n\r\nThe installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d\u2019Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
\r\n\r\n \r\nMonument to Lipstick\r\nProject by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO\r\n\r\nThe brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d\u2019Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand\u2019s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
\r\n\r\n \r\nPunti di Vista\r\nProject by PIUARCH with MARAZZI\r\n\r\nThe Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germ\u00e1n Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d\u2019Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
\r\n\r\n \r\nLiving Line\r\nProject by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with\u00a0AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000\r\n\r\nThe Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d\u2019Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
\r\n\r\n \r\nBlack Hole\r\nProject by \u00a0STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN\r\n\r\nThe Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d\u2019Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
\r\n\r\n \r\nVitruvius in Quarantine\r\nProject by\u00a0BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF\r\n\r\nThe Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d\u2019Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
\r\n\r\n \r\nYellow Tower\r\nProject by\u00a0LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT\r\n\r\nYellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d\u2019Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
\r\n\r\n \r\nOperafood\r\nVisual Music Facilities Theatre\r\nProject by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI \u2013 VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA\r\n\r\nWith Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented \u2013 inside a frame in the form of a mouth \u2013 the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
gallery gallery
Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
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gallery gallery
Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
\r\n\r\n \r\nUtopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015\r\nM. MOL\u00c9 e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n\u201cWe presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.\u201d Susanna Tradati\r\n\r\n\u201cThe exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called \u2018concrete\u2019 because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.\u201d Michele Mol\u00e9\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
gallery gallery
Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
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Future Flowers

Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS

The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.

 

gallery gallery
Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.  
gallery gallery
Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
  Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.  
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
  Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).  
  Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.  
  Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).    
  Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.  
  Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.  
  Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.  
  Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.  
  Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.  
  Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.  
  Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé  
 
\r\n\r\n \r\nFuture Flowers\r\nProject by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with\u00a0 OIKOS\r\n\r\nThe installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
\r\n\r\n \r\nDeep Words Light\r\nProject by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO\r\n\r\nThe installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d\u2019Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
\r\n\r\n \r\nMonument to Lipstick\r\nProject by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO\r\n\r\nThe brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d\u2019Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand\u2019s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
\r\n\r\n \r\nPunti di Vista\r\nProject by PIUARCH with MARAZZI\r\n\r\nThe Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germ\u00e1n Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d\u2019Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
\r\n\r\n \r\nLiving Line\r\nProject by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with\u00a0AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000\r\n\r\nThe Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d\u2019Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
\r\n\r\n \r\nBlack Hole\r\nProject by \u00a0STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN\r\n\r\nThe Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d\u2019Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
\r\n\r\n \r\nVitruvius in Quarantine\r\nProject by\u00a0BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF\r\n\r\nThe Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d\u2019Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
\r\n\r\n \r\nYellow Tower\r\nProject by\u00a0LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT\r\n\r\nYellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d\u2019Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
\r\n\r\n \r\nOperafood\r\nVisual Music Facilities Theatre\r\nProject by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI \u2013 VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA\r\n\r\nWith Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented \u2013 inside a frame in the form of a mouth \u2013 the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
\r\n\r\n \r\nPlastico PADIGLIONE ZERO\u00a0EXPO MILANO 2015\r\nThe Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and\u00a0\u00a0 food.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
\r\n\r\n \r\nUtopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015\r\nM. MOL\u00c9 e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n\u201cWe presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.\u201d Susanna Tradati\r\n\r\n\u201cThe exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called \u2018concrete\u2019 because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.\u201d Michele Mol\u00e9\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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Original installations and new projects of architecture and design, made ​​in a patchwork amazing , anticipating the future of sustainable cities Camera Chiara Project by ANNABEL KARIM KASSAR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIORS with HSC The Franco-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar, with her studio, has created the installation “Camera Chiara” in the Cortile del 700, produced by HSC, a company that makes pipes and interspaces for the oil industry. Many craftsmen took part, making custom works. The design of the block of raw earth of the Liwan pavilion is by the architect Sergio Sabbadini. The technical sponsors were Imola Legno for the wood facing, Golran 1898 for the carpets, Sylumis for the LEDs, CAI-Light for the lights.   [gallery ids="57571,57569,575676,57573"]   Future Flowers Project by DANIEL LIBESKIND with LIBESKIND DESIGN with  OIKOS The installation Future Flowers occupied the whole central area of the Cortile della Farmacia. It comes from a fragment of the drawing Chamberwork No. 2 Horizontal by the famous architect, developed in three dimensions with red pan- els. The installation was made with Oikos, a company that produces paint and materials for sustainable architecture, for which Daniel Libeskind has create a palette of new colors.   [gallery ids="57733,577354,57737,57739"]   Deep Words Light Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).   [gallery ids="58463,58465,58467,58469,58459"]   Monument to Lipstick Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.   [gallery ids="58476,58474,58472"]   Punti di Vista Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).     [gallery ids="58480,58482,58484,58478"]   Living Line Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000 The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.   [gallery ids="58492,58486,58488,58490"]   Black Hole Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.   [gallery ids="58494,58496,58498"]   Vitruvius in Quarantine Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.   [gallery ids="58500,58502,58504"]   Yellow Tower Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.   [gallery ids="58508,58510,58506,58512,58514"]   Operafood Visual Music Facilities Theatre Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.   [gallery ids="58517,58519,58521"]   Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015 The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.   [gallery ids="58523"]   Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015 M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP   “We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati “The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé   [gallery ids="58525"]  
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Deep Words Light

Project by ANTONIO CITTERIO PATRICIA VIEL AND PARTNERS with GRUPPO COSENTINO

The installation Deep Words Light made with the Cosentino Group was positioned in the Cortile d’Onore, at the eastern side of the portico; the architects Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel took the Teatro Olimpico of Palladio as their inspiration. The four steles (almost 10 meters high) are faced in Dekton, the ul- tracompact surface produced by Cosentino, with outstanding technical proper- ties, available in large sizes (320 x 140 cm).

 

 

Monument to Lipstick

Project by ALESSANDRO & FRANCESCO MENDINI with DEBORAH MILANO

The brothers Alessandro & Francesco Mendini, architects and founders of Atelier Mendini, have made a rotating sculpture for the cosmetics brand Deborah Milano in the Cortile d’Onore, taking its cue from one of the brand’s bestsellers, Il Rossetto. The decoration with stylized water lilies has led to a series of make-up products by Deborah Milano, produced in a limited edition.

 

 

Punti di Vista

Project by PIUARCH with MARAZZI

The Milan-based studio Piuarch, founded in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, joined forces with Marazzi to make the installation Punti di Vista in the Cortile d’Onore. For the occasion, the studio produced a tribute to Gio Ponti and to Marazzi, designing the tile #pun- tidivista, applied to the ceiling of the installation (photo, upper left) and inspired by the famous tile by the great master for the Triennale di Milano (1960).

 

 

 

Living Line

Project by SERGEI TCHOBAN (SPEECH) and SERGEY KUZNETSOV with AGNIYA STERLIGOVA with VELKO 2000

The Living Line installation at the center of the Cortile d’Onore traced a sinuous figure of three rings composed of reflecting bars of different heights in steel and plastic: it was created by the Russian architects Sergei Tchoban (Speech) and Sergey Kuznetsov with Agniya Sterligova and produced with Velko 2000, the Italo-Russian company that produces and installs facades and claddings for large constructions.

 

 

Black Hole

Project by  STEVE BLATZ and ANTONIO PIO SARACINO with MARZORATI RONCHETTI, VETRERIA BAZZANESE, ZORDAN

The Black Hole installation, a cylindrical tower in wood, glass and steel in the Cortile d’Onore, was created by the American architect Steve Blatz and the Ital- ian architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The work was made with Marzorati Ron- chetti, operating in the sector of fine metals, Vetreria Bazzanese, a company of reference in the glass sector, and Zordan, specializing in tailor-made wooden furnishings.

 

 

Vitruvius in Quarantine

Project by BERNARD KHOURY with MARGRAF

The Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury created the installation Vitruvius in Quarantine, in the Cortile d’Onore, with Margraf, the company from Chiampo (Vicenza) with over one hundred years of tradition, specializing in the quarrying and work- ing of marble. The installation involved advanced construction techniques like that of lightened marble (with a thickness of 5 mm on a honeycomb support), and that of the anchoring of the individual modules.

 

 

Yellow Tower

Project by LUCA TRAZZI with VEUVE CLICQUOT

Yellow Tower, a metal cage tower with a height of 20 m installed in the Cortile d’Onore, was designed by Luca Trazzi by interpreting the forms of the famous champagne bottle of Veuve Clicquot, the French company that produced the installation. It is also a tribute to Barbe- Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot, the businesswoman, ahead of her time, who made the brand famous in the 1800s. With the collaboration of Martini for the lights, Sirca for the paints.

 

 

Operafood
Visual Music Facilities Theatre

Project by VALERIO MARIA FERRARI – VMCF Atelier with BIOSEUTICA

With Operafood the architect Valerio Maria Ferrari and his VMCF Atelier, with offices in Paris and Milan, presented – inside a frame in the form of a mouth – the model of the Visual Music Facilities Theatre, an experimental theater invented by Ferrari himself. The work was produced with Bioseutica, a company of reference in the field of natural enzymes; set-up by Caspani Cugini, Barrisol covering by Savi.

 

 

Plastico PADIGLIONE ZERO EXPO MILANO 2015

The Hall of the auditorium featured the model of Padiglione Zero of Expo Milano 2015, in a preview for the visitors to Energy for Creativity of the space that welcomes the public at Expo. Padiglione Zero, with twelve rooms, has been coordinated by Davide Rampello; Michele De Lucchi did the architectural de- sign, while the set design is by Giancarlo Basili for the internal displays. A path through the history of humankind and   food.

 

 

Utopia concreta. Padiglione Italia Expo Milano 2015

M. MOLÉ e S. TRADATI, NEMESI&PARTNERS with ITALCEMENTI GROUP

 

“We presented a photography exhibition with the story of the experience of the design of Padiglione Italia. Concrete Utopia is composed of the worksite images, starting in march 2014.” Susanna Tradati

“The exhibition is a report on a utopia I have called ‘concrete’ because today it has taken form. Last year at the Interni event, with Italcementi we presented ENtreePIC, a sculpture that was the first application of biodynamic cement, the innovative material developed with Italcementi. It was thrilling to see the first form built with the geometric characteristics and complexity of Padiglione Italia. Today we are here with the happiness that the utopia of that preview has be- come a reality.” Michele Molé