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Highlights milano design week | parco italia

milano design week
parco italia

In the context of Milan Design Week 2023, from April 17 to 26, as the corner of the SWING installation, designed by Stefano Boeri Interiors, for the Pharmacy Courtyard of the Università degli Studi di Milano Statale, the Parco Italia project is introduced.

Parco Italia draws inspiration from both the United Nations’ Agenda 2030 and the vision of World Park – a visionary plan for a world park-by landscape architect Richard Weller, capable of connecting all the biodiversity hotspots on the planet. The project is being developed by the research department of Stefano Boeri Architetti (in full in the last photo) and the AlberItalia Foundation, which brings together the Italian Society of Silviculture and Forest Ecology (SISEF) and leading forestry and environmental research organizations.

Designed to be part of a broader vision that considers ecosystem services, and climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies, Parco Italia is a national urban, peri-urban, and suburban forestry project that aspires to extend, connect, protect, sustainably manage, and increase, improve, and protect the network of natural areas, protected areas, ecological corridors, semi-natural terrestrial ecosystems, and forests throughout Italy. In the future, this network could form a natural connective matrix, linking urban and coastal areas to remote mountain ranges, connecting the Alps and Apennines to the Mediterranean coast.
Parco Italia is an act of care, made possible through the construction of cultural and ecological links, each connecting protected and unprotected natural areas and slow mobility routes.

As part of the program of musical interventions held within SWING, a presentation on the vision and research of Parco Italia by Stefano Boeri and other protagonists of the project is held on Tuesday, April 18, at 5:30 p.m.

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