Barreca & La Varra at “Milano che cambia” for Il Giornale dell’Architettura

Il Giornale dell’Architettura and Cult Lab Torino organize on Wednesday 11th May 2022 at 7 pm at Tom Dixon Space an evening dedicated to new projects in progress in Milan, guests also Giancarlo Tancredi, Carlo Ratti and Patricia Viel.

The capital of Milan doesn’t stop, it constantly renews itself at great speed and continues to be, even more so in these years, “the city that rises” modifying its skyline with “modern towers”. “Milan changing” is one of the most recurrent slogans in debates about the city, and the rapid transformation that has gone through the city from Expo to today is undeniable. New places to live, work, public spaces, for culture and forms of mobility draw new urban scenarios also highlighting the fragility of the relationship between the center and the suburbs. Sustainability, green, quality are the key words of this “Milan that changes”. However, as Italo Calvino wrote, “You don’t enjoy the seven or seventy-seven wonders of a city, but the answer it gives to one of your questions”. So, what is Milan’s identity today?


Il Giornale dell’Architettura and Cult Lab Torino are organizing an evening dedicated to new projects underway in Milan, starting from the survey curated by MILANO CHE CAMBIA.



Introduced by Arianna Panarella and Michele Roda, Il Giornale dell’Architettura

Milano che cambia debate with the Councillor for Urban Regeneration of Milan Giancarlo Tancredi

7.20-7.40 pm

Patricia Viel, Citterio and Viel

Lighthouse Tower and Symbiosis business district

7.40-8.00 pm

Carlo Ratti, Carlo Ratti Associates

Ongoing projects in Milan

8.00-8.20 pm

Gianandrea Barreca and Giovanni La Varra, Barreca & La Varra

Social housing 5SQUARE and Innesto

8.20 – 8.40 pm

Carla Ferrer, Iter

Common Housing Bisceglie

8.40-9.00 pm

Alberto Lessan, Balance Architecture

Bicocca Superlab


Credits: 2 cfp | Venue: Spazio Tom Dixon, Via Alessandro Manzoni, 5 20121 Milano | For information:

In collaboration with: INArch/Piemonte | With the contribution of: Garofoli, Artusio Smart Home and Building Automation, Tom Dixon, Helitec and Velaria