Eni is the main partner of ENERGY oil and post-oil architecture and networks at the MAXXI – the National Museum of XXI Century Arts from 22 March to 23 September 2013.
The exhibition aims to draw attention to the urgency of a new aesthetics of ecology with a "visionary" look into in the future through a highly topical issue: the impact of energy on architecture and the landscape, from the oil boom to renewables.
Energy is an exhibition that explores the past, present and future of an issue that is characteristic of Italian modernity: the relationship between architecture, energy and movement.
The exhibition is divided into three sections that examine the different phases of this relationship.
5 STUDENTS X 5 DAYS with Sou Fujimoto Architects
Eni is the main partner of the 5 STUDENTS X 5 DAYS initiative along with with Sou Fujimoto Architects.
Thanks to Eni’s contribution, five students, Davide, Elena, Lorenzo, Luca and Massimo, the first to respond to an open call, for five days, from 11 to 15 March 2013, were part of the team that made the big Energy Forest model, designed by the renowned Japanese architectural firm Sou Fujimoto Architects.
Energy Forest is the design for a filling station of the future that works like a forest. The large-scale model (3.60 x 3.15 metres with a height of 1.82m), featuring more than 3500 scale figures, 800 furniture sets and 100 trees, will become part of the MAXXI Architecture collection.