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Carlo Ratti

Architect and engineer by training, Carlo Ratti works in Italy and teaches at MIT, where he directs the SENSEable City Lab. Has coauthored more than 250 publications and is the holder of several patents. His works have been exhibited in several exhibitions around the world, including the Venice Biennale, MoMA in New York and the Maxxi in Rome. In the 2008 World Expo, his “Digital Water Pavilion” was hailed by Time Magazine as one of the “Best Inventions of the Year”. He was included in the list of the 25 People who will Change the World of Design  by Blueprint Magazine and he was in the 2012 Smart List: “50 people who will change the world” by Wired. He is the curator of the 'Future Food District' for Expo Milano 2015.
Carlo Ratti su Expo Milano 2015

Algaetecture. People and algae living together in a symbiotic system

Innovazione / Carlo Ratti

Let's take another look at what awaits us at Expo Milano 2015: as part of the Future Food District, the Urban Algae Canopy reveals the great potential of micro-algae for a greener, cleaner and more digital architecture.

Future Food District: the food in the network

Innovation / Carlo Ratti
Future Food District

They are spaces to rethink the food chain and to create a closed and self-sustaining cycle, all with the help of new technologies. The internet and our devices can positively transform the way we connect with food and creating for us a more direct and clear relationship.

Over a million people are already #FoodConscious. What about you?

The ExpoNet Manifesto