|PLACE:||PIAZZA XXV APRILE, MILAN, ITALY|
|PROF:||PROF. DAVIDE FABIO COLACI, INTERIOR DESIGN LABORATORY, POLITECNICO DI MILANO|
|TEAM:||GIUSEPPE CIRILLO, NICOLA BRASETTI, DARIO VALENTI, VALENTINA ACERBIS, CARLA BALLESTEROS, MATTEO BRAGHIN, NICOLÒ BUIZZA, LORENZO CELLINI, LUCA COMERIO, GIORGIA CONCATO, ALESSANDRO COPPOLA, NICOLA GAMBA, MAX GICKLHORN, GIACOMO FABBRICA, PIETRO FRANCESCHI, GREGORIO MINELLI, ROSITA PALLADINO, ALESSANDRO PASERO, PIETRO RAVA, CAMILLA SALA, NICOLO’ SIGNORI, BEATRICE UTANO, BENEDETTA VAGHI, MARTA VALENTINO, FRANCESCA VILLA, GIOVANNI ZANIN & ARMIN ASCHENBRENNER|
|PHOTO:||DFC STUDIO & POLIMI STUDENTS|
This workshop was organised by architect Davide Fabio Colaci and focused on the design of a temporary garden pavilion commissioned by Eataly for the Milan Design Week 2019. The aim of this installation situated in front of the Piazza XXV Aprile shop was to inform and promote bee-friendly interventions in an urban context. It consisted of a rectangular-shaped raised garden bed, surrounded by steps and offering a round sitting area at one end. All along the edges, information about plants and bees were exposed, and different bee-hives designed by students were disseminated among the plants.