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Campus Bovisa Durando

The Politecnico di Milano’s Bovisa Durando Campus is located in Milan, in the Bovisa neighborhood, a former industrial area that, thanks in part to the establishment of the Politenico, has become an important hub of Milanese design.

What: Parallel sessions, Panels, Workshops, PhD Consortium, Keynotes, Closing, EXTRA IASDR

When: 9—13 Oct

How to arrive

To arrive by metro, you will have to take the yellow line (M3 – Gialla), get down on the Dergano stop, and then walk around 10 minutes to arrive to the campus. To arrive by suburban train, you can take the S1, S2, S3, S4, S12, and S13 trains, get down on the Bovisa stop, and walk around 5 minutes to arrive to the campus. Buses 90 and 92, and Tram 2 stop near Piazzale Bausan, which is a 5 minute walk away from the campus.


Politecnico di Milano
Campus Bovisa Durando

The Bovisa Campus

We will be in buildings B2, B4, and B9 of the campus.


Triennale di Milano

Since 1923, Triennale Milano has been one of world’s leading cultural institutions, conveying the complexities of the contemporary world in a host of artistic forms: design, architecture, and the visual, scenic, and performing arts. Its aim is to find broader, more innovative ways of thinking, bringing the experiences of different cultures and languages together in a single place and time.

What: Opening Ceremony, Keynote from Lucy Kimbell, Aperitivo

When: 10 Oct — 17:30


ADI Design Museum

Established to exhibit the comprehensive collection from the historical Compasso d’Oro award, the museum stands as a testament to Italy’s design excellence. This award, conceived by Gio Ponti in 1954, was intended to promote the quality of Made in Italy design. Today, it holds the distinction of being the oldest and most respected accolade in the global design industry.

What: Congress Social Dinner

When: 12 Oct — 19:00