• Park Associati Milano Design Week Call 2022

    In view of the postponement of the Milan Design Week 2022 from April to June, Park Associati have decided to extend the opportunity to submit projects to all young designers under 30 who have not yet been able to participate in the call for proposals for the selection of the project that will be exhibited at the Park Hub space during the next design week.

    The necessary documentation must arrive by midnight on 28 February at the following email address: designweekcall@parkassociati.com.

    All the materials regarding the call are available to candidates and can be downloaded directly from the dedicated section of the website: Milano Design Week Call | Park Associati.

  • MilanoSesto works get underway

    The first excavation works will soon get underway at MilanoSesto, one of the most important projects of urban regeneration in Europe, which involves Milan’s north-eastern metropolitan area, along one of the city’s historical development axis, including the area of the former Falck steelworks.

    Park Associati is designing the student residence envisaged within the Unione Zero neighbourhood, which integrates residential and office buildings and hotel accommodation with green and public spaces. This diverse project was conceived to satisfy the requirements of citizens of different age, aspirations and needs.

    Image credits: Foster+Partners

  • 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

  • Park Graduate Programme

    Park Associati presents Park Graduate Programme, a 12-month long internship, designed for new graduates who have completed their master's degree in architecture or construction engineering. Park Graduate Programme aims to provide a special experience for young and talented professionals who are starting their careers, enabling them to experience the multidisciplinary nature of the architect's profession.

    Discover Park Graduate Programme

  • Park Materials: Unexpected Solutions

    As per the invitation by the Architecture Department of the Bezalel Academy of Architecture and Design of Jerusalem, Park Associati presents the project of the Materials Library of the studio in an online conference titled: Park Materials: Unexpected Solutions. The organization of the materials library, the research of the architecture and interior design materials, and the integration with the work of the design teams, are some of the topics of the lecture, which is curated by the architects Simone Negrisolo and Irene Seracca Guerrieri.

    Thuesday 14th December at 1 pm

    To register click here.

  • 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

  • Il progetto al centro - The workshop on the future of design, where design strategy looks to the future and becomes socially responsible

    Creating a workshop on future construction means investigating the quality of design opportunities and individual contexts, giving due consideration to global market opportunities, as well as placing design at the core of the social debate.

    Michele Rossi tackles the possibilities of innovative design in terms of responsibility to the territory, the landscape and above all the people who will be involved in a project, in the round table debate ‘Il progetto al centro’, as part of ‘The Place to build’, a series of meetings organised by Agorà Activities for MADE EXPO 2021 in Milan.
    Moderated by Carla De Meo.

    Thursday 25th November at 11 am

    To register click here.

  • La Sostenibilità e la Materia - Rethinking the concept of sustainable material without preconceptions, but weighing its impact.

    Research and the choice of materials in building design can no longer comply with deep-rooted preconceptions and dogmatic logic. Materials that are as different as wood, ceramic, glass, aluminium possess qualities and potential that can and must be expressed in different ways, weighing up their global impact.

    Michele Rossi and Michele Versaci take part in a round table discussion for the series of meetings 'The Place to build' organised by Agorà Activities as part of MADE EXPO 2021 in Milan.
    Moderated by Carla De Meo.

    Monday 22nd November at 3 pm.

    To register click here.

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