Stazione Futuro was conceived as a ‘City of Ideas’ to be constructed in the spectacular Officine Grandi Riparazioni in Turin. This 4000m2 exhibition about the future of Italy formed a part of Esperienza Italia 150, a monumental celebration of the unification of Italy organised by the city of Turin. The City was made up of over 300 cubes in eight different sizes following the Fibonacci dimensions. The large cubes – 13m3, 8m3, 5m3, 3m3 and 2m3 – were combined to create exhibition spaces and the smaller cubes – 1m3, 0.62m3 and 0.38m3 – were designed as furniture clusters used for display or to lean or sit on. The white exteriors contrasted with the colourful interiors.
Design: Joseph Grima with Pernilla Ohrstedt