Andrea Caputo NO_CODE Shelters
Exploring Traditional Architectural Structures & Housing Archetypes For Milan Design Week
What is most refreshing to see in a product-heavy design week is a conceptual, research-driven installation. Milan and Shanghai-based architecture and design research firm Andrea Caputo explored the fundamental architectural concept of shelters and housing archetypes in a contemporary context, incorporating decades-long research from Lloyd Kahn, Stewart Brand and D.C. Beard in the space.
Held in the equally-spectacular and recently renovated Spazio Cavallerizze (situated inside the National Museum of Science and Technology) in Milan, which is in itself a fitting location.
Caputo’s exhibition concept and architectural structures for Tod’s NO_CODE merged both technology and traditional craftsmanship as found in the brand’s own identity.
NO_CODE Shelter: Stories Of Contemporary Life
Address: via Olona 6,
National Museum of Science & Technology Leonardo da Vinci, Milan, Italy
9-14 April, Salone del Mobile