Edi­to­ria­le / Edi­to­rial


Per chi la­vo­ra a Mi­la­no nel no­stro set­to­re mar­zo è il me­se più fre­ne­ti­co ed en­tu­sia­sman­te dell’an­no. È il pe­rio­do del­la cor­sa fi­na­le al Sa­lo­ne del Mo­bi­le, quel­lo do­ve tut­to de­ve es­se­re fi­na­liz­za­to e rea­liz­za­to, i pro­ble­mi ri­sol­ti, le la­cu­ne col­ma­te. Un bru­li­chio dif­fu­so in­te­res­sa mi­glia­ia di ope­ra­to­ri che or­ga­niz­za­no la lo­ro pre­sen­za tra i pa­di­glio­ni del­la fie­ra e i quar­tie­ri del fuo­ri­sa­lo­ne. Per noi il cli­ma elet­triz­zan­te dell’at­te­sa que­st’an­no è ali­men­ta­to an­che dal pro­get­to del nuo­vo Abi­ta­re. Sa­rà in edi­co­la pro­prio ad apri­le, al­la vi­gi­lia del Sa­lo­ne, rin­no­va­to nei con­te­nu­ti e nel­la ve­ste gra­fi­ca per co­glie­re le gran­di e ve­lo­ci tra­sfor­ma­zio­ni in cor­so nel mon­do del­la pro­get­ta­zio­ne. Per la cit­tà di Mi­la­no, l’aspet­ta­ti­va ri­guar­da an­che la più pre­sti­gio­sa isti­tu­zio­ne di set­to­re. Fi­nal­men­te un sin­da­co, Giu­sep­pe Sa­la, con­si­de­ra la Trien­na­le un en­te stra­te­gi­co per lo svi­lup­po del­la cit­tà e ha quin­di mes­so ma­no al­la sua go­ver­nan­ce. Un nuo­vo con­si­glio di am­mi­ni­stra­zio­ne e un nuo­vo pre­si­den­te, l’ar­chi­tet­to Ste­fa­no Boe­ri, si so­no ap­pe­na in­se­dia­ti e si ap­pre­sta­no a ri­por­tar­la al­la di­men­sio­ne in­ter­na­zio­na­le che le si ad­di­ce at­tra­ver­so un pro­gram­ma di even­ti e pro­du­zio­ni all’al­tez­za del­le nuo­ve sfi­de. For tho­se who work in our sec­tor in Mi­lan, Mar­ch is the bu­sie­st and mo­st stres­sful mon­th of the year. This is the run-up to the Fur­ni­tu­re Fair when eve­ry­thing needs to be fi­na­li­sed, pro­blems sol­ved and short­co­mings re­me­died. The ci­ty is a swar­ming hi­ve of ac­ti­vi­ty as pre­pa­ra­tions are ma­de for thou­sands of ex­hi­bi­tors at the fair itself and at the ma­ny fuo­ri­sa­lo­ne ve­nues around to­wn. For us, the hi­ghly char­ged at­mo­sphe­re of an­ti­ci­pa­tion this year is fur­ther fuel­led by the ex­ci­te­ment sur­roun­ding our new Abi­ta­re pro­ject. The fir­st is­sue of the new­look ma­ga­zi­ne, whi­ch will be on news­stands in April ju­st be­fo­re the fair opens, will ha­ve fea­tu­res re­flec­ting the fa­st-mo­ving chan­ges ta­king pla­ce in the world of de­si­gn. And for the ci­ty of Mi­lan, the­re is mu­ch to look for­ward to re­gar­ding the sec­tor’s mo­st pre­sti­gious in­sti­tu­tion. At la­st a mayor, Giu­sep­pe Sa­la, con­si­ders the Trien­na­le as play­ing a stra­te­gic ro­le in the de­ve­lo­p­ment of the ci­ty so has ma­de chan­ges to the go­ver­ning bo­dy. A new board and a new pre­si­dent, ar­chi­tect Ste­fa­no Boe­ri, ha­ve re­cen­tly be in­stal­led, and they will work to­wards re­sto­ring the in­ter­na­tio­nal di­men­sion the in­sti­tu­tion de­ser­ves, wi­th a pro­gram­me of even­ts and pro­duc­tions gea­red to mee­ting the new chal­len­ges.

La Trien­na­le di Mi­la­no.

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