biennale i2a

territorial permanences and metamorphoses: a better understanding of the urbanisation of switzerland

encounters and debates
from thursday April, 28th to saturday April, 30th 2016, 6.30
Villa Saroli, viale Stefano Franscini 9, Lugano

The first i2a Biennale will focus on the important territorial transformations currently underway in Switzerland, with more than 20 invited experts from various disciplines participating in a series of encounters and debates.

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la limonaia – exhibition 3

the horizontal metropolis

exhibition
conceived by professor Paola Viganò's Laboratoire d’urbanisme LAB-U in collaboration with Archizoom.
28.04.2016 – 28.06.2015
@i2a istituto internazionale di architettura, Lugano Limonaia and Villa Saroli

The Biennale i2a will be launched by the vernissage of the exhibition The Horizontal Metropolis. A refreshment will follow.

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conversations on territorial mutation 5

back in town:
urban housing for everyone

debate
tuesday April 12th 2016, 6.30 pm
Villa Saroli, viale Stefano Franscini 9, Lugano

For its fifth event, the Conversations on territorial mutation series focus itself on a problem that worries Lugano: fewer and fewer people live in its city center.

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infrarealities – exhibition

attraverso il vedeggio

exhibition
curated by i2a 17.03.2016 – 29.10.2017
opening on thursday March 17th 2016, 6.00 pm
Museo Plebano, Agno

Museum plebano reopens with an installation curated by i2a, an evolving exhibition based on a three-year research project infrarealities by i2a about ‘slow’ transportation between Vedeggio and Lugano.
Children and community members from the region will be involved in a cultural atelier and laboratory.

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swiss made in russia – villa saroli

civil agent / shelter +

exhibition
exhibition curated by i2a 16.02.2016 - 12.04.2016
opening on tuesday February 16th 2016, 6.30 pm
Villa Saroli, viale Stefano Franscini 9, Lugano

Immigration is without a doubt, the theme that still currently occupies the most space in the Swiss and European news and mass media. shelter + exhibits the student’s solutions for a shelter for asylum seekers in Lugano.

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