Architects of Resilience, 27 architects who are changing Italy

Architects of Resilience, 27 architects who are changing Italy
Architects of Resilience, 27 architects who are changing Italy

Despite their constant under-representation on the public scene, in debates, exhibitions, commissions, awards and juries, in Italy at the forefront of figures capable of reinventing architectural practice in search of a new alliance between building and living-without-violence, taking care of past wounds (imposed on the territories), are the architects.

The aim of the talk “Architects of Resilience”, organized on the occasion of the opening to the public of the Italian Pavilion, and curated together by Marialuisa Palumbo and RebelArchitette, was to present some of these professionals, in the certainty that their design practice identifies important acts of resilience.

We have collected these “fundamental acts” in four categories of projects: the redevelopment of urban places and spaces, the recovery of industrial landscapes, the closure of material cycles, and the rewriting of common forms and signs and sharing of traces (approaches, tools).

Moving therefore from the urban and landscape scale, towards that of interior design, and then looking out over the world of design and online communication, here is a reasoned list of the architects and works to which we want to draw attention.

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Architects Resilience architects changing Italy

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