• “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.

  • Città Ex Post - Triennale Di Milano

    Città Ex Post – Triennale di Milano – Per un arredo urbano a giusta distanza

    A workshop on the post-pandemic urban space promoted by the Milan Triennale.
    A dialogue between architecture and other creative professions to imagine a new design of the public urban space.
    Park Associati and Joe Velluto talk on Wednedsday 8 of July in the garden of the Triennale.

  • Future Proofing Design. A soft(er approach)

    A round table organized by Arper to collect voices and opinions from the world of architecture on future ways of dealing with the new demands for comfort and authenticity in the professional and personal life, creating spaces always more empathetic and soft. Arch. Davide Viganò talks about Park Associati’s approach.

  • Park meets Piuarch

    To kick off the events’ year, Park Associati meets Piuarch, an architecture practice that has been sharing the path undertaken by Park Associati on and off since the very beginning.

  • Tempo d’acqua - Biennale di Architettura di Pisa

    “Tempo d’acqua” – Biennale di Architettura di Pisa – III Edition
    The water as an element that, linked to the time, can affect the architectural project toward a more humanistic and sustainable vision, is the theme of the Biennale of Architecture of Pisa 2019.
    Park Associati presents the project of the recovery of the waterfront of Catania, which reconnects the city and its inhabitants to the most important source of life for the community’s wealth: the sea.

  • Supercolla

    A selection of chairs from the exhibition "Supercolla", held in April 2019 in the gallery Martina Simeti of Milan, have been made available and exposed in the Park Hub space on the occasion of the evening NO-FORM for Bookcity 2019.
    31 authors, among artists and designers, revisited and interpreted the "Superleggera" chair of Giò Ponti, among them Clino Trini Castelli, protagonist of the marathon reading of his book "NO-FORM, 10 stories beyond design", curated by Guido Musante.

  • NO-FORM, 10 stories beyond design

    Park Reading Marathon for BookCity

    On the occasion of BookCity 2019 Park Associati organizes in Park Hub space of the studio the presentation and non-stop reading of the book "NO-FORM, 10 stories beyond design", by Clino Trini Castelli, curated by Guido Musante. On Friday, November 15th from 5 until 9 pm.

  • No Walls but Design

    Park Associati participates to the charity auction "No Walls but Design" organized by NoWalls, non profit association in collaboration with Christie's. and Luca Molinari Studio. On 13th of September 34 works of design and art will be on auction at Palazzo Clerici, Milan, among them a donation from our studio.

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