A small but dense architecture in the form of narrative theater.

A small but dense architecture in form
of narrative theater.

Container recovered from the sea
Theater Mq

A Theater to Save the Planet is a project for a travelling narrative space. It is designed as an architecture/container in the form of a theater for telling stories, experiences and performances that can raise people’s awareness of the increasingly compromised environment we live in. Throughout Milano Design Week, the Save the Planet association, supported by Mirage, will fill the space with various contents by hosting people and projects that support the association in various ways, making it a vibrant and fruitful place for ideas and actions for responsible innovation.

A Theater to Save the Planet is a project for a travelling narrative space. It is designed as an architecture/container in the form of a theater for telling stories, experiences and performances that can raise people’s awareness of the increasingly compromised environment we live in. Throughout Milano Design Week, the Save the Planet association, supported by Mirage, will fill the space with various contents by hosting people and projects that support the association in various ways, making it a vibrant and fruitful place for ideas and actions for responsible innovation.
A project by:
Andrea Boschetti

Architect & Founder of Metrogramma

Massimiliano Croci

Mirage Marketing Director

Elena Stoppioni

President of Save The Planet no-profit association

Illustration © 2012 Marianne Dubuc. Excerpt from Marianne Dubuc’s Animal Houses © Casterman. We thank the author and the publisher Editions Casterman.

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Live Talk Speakers

Giovanni Mori

Energy Engineer, Communicator & Content Creator

Luca Bracali

Explorer / Photojournalist

Elena Granata

Professor of Urban Planning / Author

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