In the external area 48 at Cersaie, 4 exhibitions dedicated to young designers are held in a 2,000 sqm green area.
The guiding thread of the whole project, beyond the specific exhibits, is the “workshop”: knowing how to do one’s job well. For the past few years Confindustria Ceramica has been inviting young designers and architects to work concretely on the issues of the town and the territory, because when we talk about living, from homes to infrastructures, the quality of the materials and the design is always a central theme.
Modern architecture is a synonym of relationships between landscape and settlement, placing man and his balance with nature at the centre. The landscape, made by Lineaverde, wich hosts the exhibition is set among Italian greenery and the latest technologies in the garden sector, including hanging installations, green walls, irrigation and nebulisation systems and wooden structures.
Exhibition promoted by Confindustria Ceramica / Organised by Edi.Cer. Spa / Exhibition design: Studio Franco Origoni e Anna Steiner architetti associati con Lorenza Perego e Milena Ardalic, Montserrat Gomez Maya, Roberta Cesani / Exhibition curator: Aldo Colonetti / Landscaping: Lineaverde / Set-up: Krea
Fare architettura. Central Sain Giles
In collaboration with theRenzo Piano Foundation
With the collaboration between Cersaie and the Renzo Piano Foundation, this event in Bologna hosts a world preview: the exhibition of the recently inaugurated “Central Saint Giles” project in London, by the Renzo Piano Building Workshop.
The exhibition includes imposing life-sized mock-ups of sections of the actual structure of the project, 6 metres tall, made using ceramic tiles, a film interview with architect Renzo Piano illustrating the project, as well as the preparatory drawings, models and samples of materials used for the project, with an area for consultation of the Renzo Piano Foundation publications.
The exhibition is presented on 1st October 2010 with a guided tour at the end of the Saper Fare Architettura conference at 11.00 a.m. at the Palazzo dei Congressi, held by designers Maurits van der Staay (associate of RPBW, project manager) and Lorenzo Piazza (architect at RPBW) of the Renzo Piano Building Workshop.
Fare design. Ceramic Tiles of Italy Playground. Ispirazione Naturale
This area of the exhibition is occupied by ceramics installations created by young designers in collaboration with seven ceramics companies, which were previously shown at the “Milan Triennial” during the Salone del Mobile 2010. The theme of the event is play and gardens: playground and natural inspiration.
Here an area is dedicated to the historical works of the famous Italian illustrator Emanuele Luzzati, while the installations are placed in green areas designed and created by professionals and companies working in the sector.
Landscaping Az. Agr. Poltronieri Emma Fiorella e Gino Masina:De rerum naturae/ Verde Impresa Soc. Agr. s.s. e Dott. Agr. Francesca Milanesi:Giochi sulla sabbia/ Andromeda Giardini e Alessio Gennari:Gondolin, la città nascosta/ Punto Verde e Studio Architettura & Progetto verde:Trame odorose / Hydroplants e Saverio Santi:Labyrinth/ Bindi Secondo e Poliflor e Barbara Invernizzi: Verde illusione/ Latifolia e Federica Cervellati:Pensieri in Eccesso
Fare grafica. Beautiful ideas
Following the launch of the contest to design the Cersaie 2010 advertising space on 2nd October 2009 at Cersaie, the 123 products developed on the theme of CERAMIC EDEN by students from 9 Italian Universities of Architecture and Design schools are displayed in this area.
The exhibition is presented on 1st October 2010 with a guided tour of the theme at the end of the Beautiful ideas conference at 3.00 p.m. at the Palazzo dei Congressi which is a face-to-face event between the panel and the students, the prize-giving ceremony and the launch of the 2012 design competition.
Fare grafica. Emilia-Romagna Urban Polis Future
in collaboration with Il Resto del Carlino and www.zooppa.it
Emilia-Romagna, Urban Polis Future, is the exhibition of the graphic works and videos of the competition of the same name, to imagine a better city, launched by Cersaie in collaboration with Resto del Carlino and the Zooppa social network for creative people. The competition aims to mobilize the readers of the paper and the (65,000) members of the community (Bologna, Modena, Reggio Emilia, Sassuolo e Imola) in a creative competition to improve the quality of life in cities through proposals shown in graphic or video formats. The selection of the best entries are on show at Cersaie. The prize-giving ceremony is held on Thursday 30th September during Cersaie.