MIC-HUB at the Future4Cities Festival

We are delighted to attend the Future4Cities Festival which will be held at BASE Milano on 25th and 26th October.

Future4Cities is a new interesting format to explore, design and imagine the innovations changing the face of Italian cities.


MIC-HUB is involved in two exciting events:


• The Common Talk – Voci a Confronto: il Nodo della Mobilità (Comparing voices: the mobility node) with Federico Parolotto (CEO of MIC-HUB) and Francesco Luccisano (Head of External Relations, IP), moderated by Luna Esposito (Content Creator at Will Media) on Wednesday 25th October from 5.50 p.m.


• The ‘Città Arcipelago’ Workshop organised by Studio Boeri Architetti and MIC-HUB to share practices, experiences and innovative city-making tools on Thursday 26th October from 11.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m.


The Archipelago City model analyses the city and acts strategically on different levels. From mobility to energy, from identity to territory, from infrastructure to landscape. The main speakers of the workshop will be Maria Chiara Pastore (SBA) and Federico Parolotto (MIC-HUB), who will elaborate on these issues together with experts and participants.



Maria Chiara Pastore, Researcher at Politecnico di Milano

Federico Parolotto, CEO of MIC-HUB



Demetrio Scopelliti, Director of Urban Planning, Territory and Public Space at AMAT Agenzia Mobilità, Ambiente e Territorio

Chiara Quinzii, architect, urban planner, partner of Quinzii Terna Architecture


Future4Cities is a festival to

• discover, celebrate and connect urban areas that are protagonists of change

• stimulate debate to make our cities more equitable, liveable and sustainable

• reward the most innovative projects that are building the future of our cities.

The two-day event is organised by Will Media, FROM and BASE Milano, with the support of representatives of the European Commission in Italy.

Come and join us at BASE in Via Bergognone 34, Milan on Wednesday 25th October from 5.50 p.m. and Thursday 26th October from 11.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m.

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