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"AILATI. Reflections from the future” an exhibition at the Venice Biennale

"AILATI. Reflections from the future” an exhibition at the Venice Biennale

The Ministry for the Cultural Heritage and Activities, with the PaBAAC – General Direction for the landscape, fine arts, architecture and contemporary art – and the Biennale di Venezia present AILATI. Reflections from the future, an exhibition conceived by Luca Molinari for the Padiglione Italia at the 12th International Architecture Exhibition, where Studio Tamassociati will present his work in the category “Socially aware design”.

AILATI.Reflections from the future is a play on words, a reversal of the country’s name that opens up a new reading of contemporary architecture in an original and sideways glance at objects, reality and designs (in English, the title would be YLATI). The exhibition offers a bold, knowledge-led haven for reflections of the future delivered to us by reality on a daily basis; the resources upon which Italian architecture will draw to forge new forms of identity and development.

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. ""AILATI. Reflections from the future” an exhibition at the Venice Biennale" 30 Aug 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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