From the twentieth-century stereotype of the great charismatic master to the growing presence of women, collectives, studios identified with couples, the anthropological change in the profession of the architect.
The Buone Nuove exhibition aspires to document how the presence of new figures is infusing new forces in contemporary architecture. In particular, in relation to the Museum Collection and in order to expand it, the exhibition pays particular attention to the work of studies directed or co-directed by women designers and to those professional bodies that show themselves more aware of the changes taking place, integrating them into their process planning.
On display, among other things, some of the names and stories that have had that have had, or still have, a crucial impact: from Charlotte Perriand to the collectives of the '70s, from Elizabeth Diller to young "fulfilled" promises such as Frida Escobedo and much more. The exhibition also includes a series of video interviews with authors who reconstruct the stories and theories that accompany this narrative.