Earth Stations are active architectures that form networks which are easy to reach and are built in places that form or regenerate urban and infrastructural nodes.
They respond to our evolving life styles where artificial intelligence increasingly frees man from bureaucratic and repetitive tasks, establishing an opportunity to create places that express personal freedom and harness the enormous potential of technology.
They are designed to respect our environment and by definition everything that happens inside continues to impact their evolution and adaption.
They are organised to promote walking and casual encounters, which is the best method of creating ideas and interaction.
They are places that dissolve traditional notions of ownership and instead help spread shared and circular economies.
They come from exploring humanistic qualities in architecture which are influenced by atmospheric and sensorial experiences rather than purely the formal or visual definition of space.
They promote a continuous stream of mobility and communication that inspire formal and informal events, supported by workshops and technologies for new forms of expression and production.
aMDL architetto Michele De Lucchi S.r.l. – Michele De Lucchi
Angelo Micheli (Studio Director), Pico De Lucchi (Project Coordinator), Davide Angeli, Nicholas Bewick, Alberto Bianchi, Matteo Di Ciommo, Francesco Garofoli, Giovanna Latis, Maddalena Molteni, Emilio Mossa, Alberto Nason
Glen Cameron (Strategy Consultant)
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