The Terrazza Triennale Restaurant, located on the rooftop of the Palazzo dell’Arte, together with the Arts & Foods Exhibition curated by Germano Celant, is one of the most significant initiatives of the Triennale di Milano for Expo 2015.
The Jameel Arts Centre will be a place for discovery, creativity, meeting and living.
The Vision for Jameel Arts Centre (JAC) is to be a leading institution for the contemporary art and creative economy, promoting emerging arts, artists and creative start-ups from the Middle East & North Africa regions and the rest of the World.
The project for Pythagoras Museum and Gardens is the result of the international design competition held by Crotone Council with funding from the European Community in its role of encouraging development of urban community projects.
The project provides for the transfer of the Galleria Sabauda (now located above the Egyptian Museum in the Palazzo Accademia della Scienza in Turin) to the Manica Nuova of the Royal Palace, amining at generating new interest in Turin on the international cultural tourism circuit.
The Floriopoli project is a thematic park car oriented, about the glorious history of the Targa Florio, the world’s oldest car race. Floriopoli will be an attractive international center of many activities which enrich the entire area at local and global scale. The project area covers all the buildings that have marked the history of Targa Florio, providing for conservation as an icon of the past. The restoration of the façade combines with the reuse of interior spaces for exhibition purposes.
The project lies in Porta Ticinese, a vital hub for social and cultural interaction in the city of Milan and an extraordinary treasure chest for observing the energy flow of the city. The aim is to catch this site characteristic creating through the museum a vibrant place “full of world”.
The restoration of the Villa Reale Museum of Monza and its gardens is looming as a project of major significance to Italian artistic and cultural history, with the goal of returning this precious monument to regional and international reality. The historical villa was originally designed by Piermarini as a unified complex articulated by a system of courts which open on to the landscape.
Dalian's new Museum of History and Museum of Science & Technology serve as physical embodiments of a vision: development and progress, the key initiatives for Dalian's economic future.
Continuously inhabited since 221 BC, Dalian is a city with a progressive vision matured in its unique history.
The project captures the essence of fluidity and movement. The museums are physical expressions of the confluence of time, location, people.