Temporary architectures for an experimental music festival
Two self-built temporary wooden structures for a music festival in the park of Villa Arconati in Milano.
The Two temporary wood structures are a bar and a theatre for a new Milanese music festival.
The project site is within the garden of an ancient villa.
A baroque trail weaves through the garden’s dense foliage, around many fountains and clearings.
In one of the garden’s clearings, surrounded by trees, the temporary wooden structures were fabricated.
A linear bar, Troppecolonne, and a circular theatre, Troppotondo.
Both designs are a series of frames which, when put together, form permeable space.
Permeability allows visitors to connect with the surrounding nature while inside the framework.
The structures were designed with standard wood dimensions in mind, for ease of constructibility and waste reduction.
Architect or Architecture Firm: Studio ZarCola (Edoardo Giancola e Federico Zarattini) and Francisco Rodriguez
Photography: Delfino Sisto Legnani
Area: 56 +150 m2
Project Location: Villa Arconati, Via Madonna Fametta, Castellazzo, Italy
Products: Wood of Fir and Fiberglass
Participants: James Anicich, Guglielmo Bevilacqua, Leo Claudius Bieling, Beniamino Brambilla, Eleonora Buono, Andrea Cantù, Valeria Chiozzi, Giulia Conversano, Lorenzo De Pascale, Diana Di Tuccio, Federica Esposito, Chiara Fiorindo, Tommaso Gualdi, Lorenzo Mellone, Giulia Migliaccio, Ludovica Montana, Michele Muggiani, Ivan Nikandrov, Valentina Noce, Pelin Once, Lorenzo Oriolo, Giada Pazzi, Tiziano Pedroletti, Jacopo Pieri, Matilde Re, Davide Rizzi, Claudia Scaravaggi, Kaan Senolsun, Livia Shamir, Davide Tabliague, Ludovica Veneroni, Camilla Zanon.