Migliore+Servetto Architects with CNAPPC
Hall Aula Magna - Università degli Studi di Milano
Located in the Hall of the Aula Magna, the installation by Migliore + Servetto Architects conveys and communicates the fundamental values of the activities of the National Council of Architects, Planners, Landscape Designers and Conservators (CNAPPC), the public agency reporting to the Ministry of Justice which through the initiative Abitare il Paese sets out to promote the enactment of public policies for the city and a national program of urban regeneration.
The installation is based on two levels of content corresponding to two different planes of environmental narrative, transforming an area of passage into a place to spend time, full of identity. The first value is connection, interpreted in terms of engagement: a dense network of suspended and interwoven elements that establish a dialogue with light and space, creating a scenario of attraction.
The project physically and conceptually sums up the network of relations that CNAPPC builds to involve a wider public, raising awareness of the close correlation between design quality and environmental quality. The second value is sharing, represented by the table – the worktable of the architect – around which to create a fertile place of exchange, inclusion and debate, a place to design spaces for the future but also to develop the sense of belonging to a community.