Author:
Domus
Published:
April 8, 2014
Categories:
Architecture

OràScappo / Cancer

After spending all of 2013 and the first few months of 2014 cultivating the tiny urban garden that you have been assigned thanks to the only municipal victory you’ve won (and now don’t even remember that you participated in), it’s now time to drop the hoe, park the wheelbarrow and to go to Milan. This time, however, if you are really willing to reach Lombardy’s regional capital before the winter solstice, I would recommend that you use one of the many conventional transportations available to the modern human being, leaving in your garage the horse-drawn carriage you attempted last year. I know very well that you are a zodiac sign devoted to agricultural rites (this year), as I’m sure about the sense of purity you felt for the word sustainability (last year) and as I am convinced that you’ve moved your banking account to the Ethic Bank because you have deeply understood the meaning of both those words (two years ago). So, I’ll be good to you because, you have to admit, the urban garden you have created is already way too much trouble, and rubbing your face in it would be too easy and too cruel. I wouldn’t recommend any niche product, nor northern appearances chair or exclusive parties. This year, I’d like to invite you to take a walk to ‘SuperOrtoPiù’ made ​​by the evergreen (just to stay on topic) Michelangelo Pistoletto on the roof via Tortona 27. Relax: the installation will remain open throughout the duration of the Expo 201, in case you chose the carriage. Logical, to the tips of your claws. (translation by Stefania Quaini / Erin Russo)

The following astrological horoscopes  were born from a verbal confrontation between a self-proclaimed architect  and an uninsured city planner and are lacking any sound foundation.The following statements are an excuse to re-imagine the way in which we experience the Salone del Mobile 2014, and the surrounding area. All islands included and Chinese calendars permitting.