25 Jun Triennale Milano 2019: The future for humanity lies in design
The 22nd edition of the International Triennale Milano Exhibition will be held from 1 March to 1 September. Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival,
This edition ensure the continuity of this international exposition. The 21st edition was in 2016 after a 20 year-break. This edition focuses on research about the relation of people with environment and how this relationship has developed over the years.
Different architectural and design projects have been analysed, investigating restorative design as well as highlighting the objects and strategies used. The final objective is to interpret the relationship between human beings and the context in which they live, both in natural and social ecosystems.
There are 21 international involvements, from all the customers, which offer different proposals according to themes, perspectives, contexts and antecedents. Projects full of creativity that seek to stop the destructive path of humanity and make us think about the relationship we have with the environment (including species and humans).
Among the presented proposals, we underline The Nation of Plants by Stefano Mancuso, one of the world’s leading authorities in the field plants neurobiology. The idea is in order to avoid a catastrophic future for humanity we have to see the plant in a new way, what plants can teach us.