Neo-nomadism is the theme of this fourth edition, a concept moving seamlessly between real and digital life in a survey of new movements of culture and labour. These have always featured throughout the history of mankind but are now also very much associated with the phenomena of the great economic divide and of climate change. This fourth edition of Lake Como Design Festival explores how the constant movement of people is a defining element of our times that is also influencing art, architecure and design.
A project for art and the local landscape curated by Francesca Alfano Miglietti (FAM), taking a route that winds its way through the Broletto but also through the festival venues and other places.
Overview of contemporary independent design at the Nobel Hall of the Casartelli Science Museum.
Design will also be at the forefront at Casa Bianca, a historic residence overlooking the first branch of Lake Como, as it opens to the general public for the first time.
Movimento Club presents a 21st century design exhibition in the setting of the neoclassical Villa Gallia. A collective exhibition inspired by Marcel Proust’s homonymous work.
Three evenings of meetings with designers and experts in Italian design to explore the subject of neo-nomadism from varied perspectives. Curated by Prashanth Cattaneo.
A specific program, promoted by Wonderlake Como, that includes a series of guided tours in the company of architects who will tell you about the masterpieces of Como's rationalism.
A journey inside the ancient city walls dedicated to the discovery of a selection of projects and places, sometimes inaccessible, all to be discovered.