Andrea Bruno at the Torre Velasca

An Italian master of architecture at a conference-event on restoration, reconstruction and recovery

Milan, May 05, 2016 EVENT PRESS RELEASE

On May 5 the Unipol Group hosted Progettare l’esistente, an exclusive double event dedicated to architecture and restoration by the architect Andrea Bruno, who took an in-depth look at themes connected to recovery and conservation, to rediscover the incredibly modern vision of a great Italian master architect.

The exhibition on display at the Spazio Museo in the Torre Velasca and open until 29 July, was inaugurated with a conference where the architect, born in 1931 in Turin, focused on the importance of themes connected to recovery, conservation and reconstruction by sharing his professional experience and vision that is always modern and avant-garde in balance with historical value and contemporary functionality: Architecture by renewing itself persists over time and every correct transformation certifies and keeps its original memory alive in the present” (Andrea Bruno).

In addition to Bruno the event also featured: Pierluigi Panza, journalist at the Corriere della sera; Antonella Ranaldi, architect and Superintendent of Fine Arts and Landscape for the provinces of Milan, Bergamo, Como, Lecco, Lodi, Monza, Pavia, Sondrio and Varese; Giovanni Carbonara, architect and professor emeritus at the Università La Sapienza in Rome