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XXII Triennale di Milano

Tunisia
Genesis and Development of a Natural Culture

Exhibition

The Tunisian genius continues to reveal the “genius loci,” in search of the balance between humanity and nature, from the south to the north of a territory endowed with strong natural and cultural regional specific cities. Design is the device harnessed to gain living places at the expense of the desert’s extreme nature in Rejim Maatoug. It seeks to reveal an ancestral practice that transforms nature’s products into works of art in Sejnene, and to bring together the last holders of traditional knowledge in architecture and craftsmanship in the sustainable village of Ken. Design also aims to update the specific architecture of the houses of Ouled el Hadef in Tozeur, and to finally transcend tradition by evoking the spirit of these places in contemporary forms at Dar Hi in Nefta.

Credits

Organising Institution:
Prof. Arch. Fakher Kharrat, Headmaster of National School of Architecture and Urbanism of Tunis, in Carthage University

Partecipants:
Of ce Development of Rejim Matoug, Tunisian National Army, Potters of Sejnene, Slaheddine Smaoui, Ridha Rekik, Matali Crasset e Med Nasser

Curators:
Firas Hamdi, Khouloud Lammouchi, Mahdi Ben Tmessek, Aymen Ben Abdallah, Maroua Tarhouni.

Team:
Ali Djerbi, Chiraz Saied, Dhaker Akremi, Rabaa Jedidi, Hayfa Ayari, Atef Mazouz, Mahdi Boubaker, Saima Mzoughi, Ahmed Anis Kraem.

Funding:
Republic of Tunisia, Ministry of Cultural affairs.

Support:
Republic of Tunisia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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Every Friday from 10.30 to 14.00 the students from all classes have the right to a free entrance to the XXII Triennale di Milano Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival.
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X Triennale di Milano, 1954<br/>Abitazione a cupola geodetica, Richard Buckminster Füller, Roberto Mango, foto Fotogramma
X Triennale di Milano, 1954
Abitazione a cupola geodetica, Richard Buckminster Füller, Roberto Mango, foto Fotogramma
Costruzione del Palazzo dell’Arte, 1931<br/>Posa della prima pietra del Palazzo dell’Arte, foto Argo
Costruzione del Palazzo dell’Arte, 1931
Posa della prima pietra del Palazzo dell’Arte, foto Argo
IX Triennale di Milano, 1951<br/>Stazione di partenza della seggiovia del parco Sempione, Renzo Zavarella in collaborazione con la Società Generale Macchine Edili, foto Ancillotti
IX Triennale di Milano, 1951
Stazione di partenza della seggiovia del parco Sempione, Renzo Zavarella in collaborazione con la Società Generale Macchine Edili, foto Ancillotti
IX Triennale di Milano, 1951<br/>Intervento di Le Corbusier al convegno De Divina Proportione
IX Triennale di Milano, 1951
Intervento di Le Corbusier al convegno De Divina Proportione

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