FIVE SENSES - Smart City and Future
In the last two years a pandemic has changed our relations with our working space, clothes that we wear and objects that surround our everyday life. Global isolation became a reason for an unprecedented change. The most important has certainly been the change in ourselves. Today the idea of the city and the citizens of the world must take into account these variables and move towards new designs . Already in the 16th century in Italy the ideal city was an important form of expression on a human scale where aesthetics and ethics coexisted in harmony. My speech aims first to retrace the past from which we come to understand who before us imagined the future, and then to shed light on possible future scenarios where our senses could be put to the test.