• Italian Best Practice. Community spaces at the Museo delle Terre Nuove in San Giovanni Valdarno

    The exhibition "Italian Best Practice. Spaces of the community" was inaugurated at the Museo delle Terre Nuove in San Giovanni Valdarno on Wednesday 22nd of December at 18pm. The exhibition, organised by Alessandro Melis, curator of the Italian pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale and Gian Luigi Melis of Heliopolis 21, is dedicated to the themes of sustainable design in the fields of urban planning and architecture and will remain open to public until 20 March 2022. Park Associati is also present with the video "Catania faces the sea" by which it took part in "Resilient Communities", Italian Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2022.

    22 December 2021 / 20 March 2022

    Museo delle Terre Nuove, San Giovanni Valdarno

  • On November 29-30 Park Associati join the international presentation of Front Camera/Back Camera by Hoda Zarbaf

    Hoda Zarbaf (1982-2020) was an Iranian-Canadian artist, who produced over 50 multimedia sculptures, compositions and installations in the span of her short-yet-significant career.

    Made in 2017, Front Camera/Back Camera features two opposite projections of the artist and her thoughts. It reveals Zarbaf’s state of “self” reflection versed by the gaze of her ego. Together, the two unfeigned projections exhibit a rather harrowing conversation between the self as “I,” the subjective knower, and the self as “Me,” the known object.

    Curated by Sanam Samanian
    (Curatorial Agency)

    The work is presented simultaneously by:

    Onsite Gallery, OCAD University (Toronto)
    The Bridge & Tunnel Gallery (Brooklyn)
    Park Hub (Milan)
    Ab-Anbar Gallery (London)
    Dastan Gallery (Teheran)
    Yavuz Gallery (Sydney)

    Projecton times: 29 - 30 november, 10 am -7.30 pm

    Free access with greenpass

    Park Hub, via Garofalo 31, Milan

    Courtesy by:
    Hoda Zarbaf Estate

  • Paesaggio Urbano. A photographic exhibition by the Cesura collective

    Park Hub is hosting the exhibition of the Cesura group, a collective of photographers that has been creating independent projects since 2008, with the aim of following a univocal direction in terms of both style and content.

    The works of the Paesaggio Urbano exhibition portray utopian and inevitable visions of urbanisation and the contrasting, clashing relationship between landscape and humanity − all these representations of the present being part of the great debate on our future experience of the city.

    Inauguration: November 24, 7 - 10 pm
    Exhibition: November 25 / December 1, 10 am - 7.30 pm (close on sunday)

    Free access with greenpass

    Park Hub, via Garofalo 31, Milan

    Photo credit:
    © Francesco Bellina - Cesura
    Una bambina guarda alcune case dello Zen. Quartiere Zen, Palermo. 2020.

  • Bookcity 2021 − Park Associati launches INLEGNO

    The volume INLEGNO. Cambiare prospettiva per costruire il futuro is the result of the research carried out by Park Associati and Bollinger+Grohmann on the wide and still partly unexplored potential of wood in present and future architecture and offers a reflection that covers the current climate crisis, the history of its use and the innovative technologies that support its usage.

    As part of the Bookcity initiative, Silvia Robertazzi, curator of the Milano Design Film Festival, meets the authors on Thursday 18th November at Park Hub.

    The face-to-face meeting will be streamed on Park Associati Youtube channel.

    Access to Park Hub is free with mandatory Green pass.

    Thursday 18th November, 7 pm

    Park Hub, via Garofalo 31, Milan

  • 4th Pisa Biennale of Architecture − Renaissance − Collective space − Individual space

    Park Associati are pleased to take part in the fourth edition of the Pisa Biennale of Architecture with their MoLeCoLa masterplan. The project fits perfectly into the theme chosen by the Biennale: rethinking the future of cities and private and public spaces. MoLeCoLa rethinks and redesigns one of Milan’s vital nodes − the Bovisa neighbourhood − opening it to urban flows, ‘mending’ its connections with the surrounding areas and opening new shared public spaces for work, study and residence.

    A video produced by Park Associati complete with various design drawings will be available for viewing.

    October 8 / 14

    Biennale di Architettura di Pisa

  • Architecture 6.0 Between project and future: the visions of six architectural firms on display through 3D-printed models

    Curated by Danilo Premoli, the exhibition presents six projects, six visions of six architects +1. From 6th to 24th September 2021, the resin tables and 3d models will narrate projects that, while very different one from the other, are united by a common denominator: creating an architectural cube starting from a square or double rectangle plan with the same height. Park Associati presents the Il Sole 24 Ore Headuqarters project.

    Cosentino City Milano will host Atelier(s) Alfonso Femia, Park Associati, Dontstop Lab Maurizio De Caro e Michele Brunello, MYGG, Vittorio Grassi Architects, Giuseppe Tortato Architetti.


    Inauguration: September 6, 12 am - 8 pm
    Exhibition: September 6 / 24, 10.30 am - 7 pm

    Cosentino City Milano, piazza Fontana 6, Milan

  • THE LUST, designneedesire, the project by Chiara Zhu winner of the Milano Design Week Call #2 is on show from September 6 in the spaces of Park Hub.

    In an almost Disney-like style made of objects, pastel colours and painted matryoshka dolls, which symbolise the individual and are the leitmotif of the exhibition, with the exhibithion THE LUST Chiara Zhu suggests the elusiveness and intrinsic contradiction of the combination of desire and need. Behind a seemingly aesthetic research of the images on display hides a deeper and (self) critical vision of contemporaneity.


    Inauguration: September 6, 7 - 10 pm
    Exhibition: September 6 / 10, 10 am - 7.30 pm

    Park Hub, via Garofalo 31, Milan

  • “Catania looks at the sea”, the masterplan designed by Park Associati for the requalification of Catania’s waterfront, participates in the seventeenth Biennale di Architettura di Venezia

    The italian pavilion, hosted in the space of Tese delle Vergini in the Arsenale venue, presents an exhibition titled “Resilient Communities”, curated by Alessandro Melis. Catania, a city built at the foot of the highest active volcano in Europe, entails a great deal of resilience and adaptation. Catania’s citizens have been doggedly building and rebuilding their city within the fertile basin bounded by Mount Etna and the Mediterranean. Today, Catania is no longer looking out to sea. The railway and the harbour have moved the water away from the city, both physically and figuratively.