The exposition offers a complete and heterogenous journey through plastics, draftings and photos.
From works from the mid-70s to some of the more recent projects, the show reveals a quarter century of Italian and international architecture and urbanistics.
Such as the polo university of Bicocca in Milan or the plan for a "new Italian city" of 80,000 in China, the studio's recent victory in the competition put on by the Shanghai municipal government, passing through the great official plans of major Italian cities (Turin, Pavia and Arezzo, to cite just a few).
Hosting the exposition is the MusArc (Museo Nazionale dell'Architettura), in the Casa di Biagio Rossetti.
Museo Nazionale dell’Architettura
Via XX Settembre 152, Ferrara