As a new year begins, the world of architecture and design also returns to populate exhibition spaces, setting up new calendars for the coming months dense with events, and here we offer a list of the best exhibition projects around the world not to be missed.
We start with the return of the great Venetian event: the Architecture Biennale, upon its 18th edition, will present, under the direction of architect and researcher Lesley Lokko, the Workshop of the Future, characterized by concreteness, constantly referencing the contemporaneity that day by day disrupts our daily lives.
2023 also marks 100 years of the Milan Triennale, which will celebrate the occasion with a busy calendar, featuring the work of Angelo Mangiarotti curated by Fulvio Irace, and the drawings by Lisa Ponti.
MAXXI, on the other hand, will explore the relationship between architecture and art through the archives of BBPR, Costantino Dardi, Vincenzo Monaco and Amedeo Luccichenti, Luigi Moretti, while unpublished drawings by Aldo Rossi will be exhibited in Berlin.
Urban mobility is on stage in Paris and London, with the métro narrated by Dominique Perrault and skateboards on display at the Design Museum.
MoMA is showing the new social architecture of New York, but also how inequalities can be hidden in space and time dedicated to sleeping.
Scroll through the gallery to discover the most interesting cultural proposals of the year.