Author:
Domus
Published:
April 11, 2014
Categories:
Architecture Nature

The garden that grows on the roof of Superstudio Piu and attracts creative and designers, artists like Stefano Marangon, the little worker of the light, @ the Temporary Museum for New Design, via Tortona, 27.

It’s curated by Michelangelo Pistoletto that calls it ‘The Third Heaven‘, the sign created by the artist for promoting the encounter between nature and human activities, has become a symbol of regeneration of places and regions that host. Cultivating the City, is the necessary condition to return to live happily in communities that integrate agriculture into the urban fabric.