Over twenty years of collaborations within one of the most important institution in Italy: a modernization project based on renovation, addition and enhance of its existing potential.
The project consists of a renovation and functional conversion of the old Austrian Stables (le Cavallerizze) within the precints of the Museo Nazionale della Scienza e Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci in Milan.
“A Darwinian Design. A new passage in the process of this museum’s evolution that has never stopped changing since 1953, the year of its foundation”
(Irene Guzman, ABITARE 553)
“A garden is sacred, in a way, both a physical entity and an allegorical device. It is many things: symbol, crest and emblem; Arcadia and Eden; Pan and Demeter; prophecy and oracle; a form of heraldry and magic; ritual and spell.” (Lea Vergine – ABITARE N.150)
“A brilliant dialogue between art, design, architecture and landscape that promotes history to the future” – “The result of a virtuous meet between a passionate architect, Luca Cipelletti and a master of contemporary art, David Tremlett…a dialogue as a total project, built on correspondences between art, architecture and design” (Francesca Taroni – Filippo Romeo, LIVING 6 – 2014 – Corriere della Sera)
A Strategic Master Plan to find the right balance of exhibits, programs, facilities, and flows for a new Art Hub perceived as a continuous museum, connected both between its various buildings and with the city around it.
The Bitossi historical archive will be enhanced by a dedicated Museum, build within the company’s industrial area, to celebrate the brand heritage as well as the creativity of key contemporary designers.
“The project was able to give a new architectural identity to the stair, now perfectly integrated with the pre-existing” (Maria Vittoria Capitanucci, Milano – Le nuove architetture. 2012 SKIRA Editore)
The fascinating museographical challenge of a new contemporary art collection displayed inside two medieval treasures to be restored in the town centre of Rimini.
A project based on architectural subtraction, perspective and ever-changing perception of the space.