The home in the wardrobe

An exploration of the design thinking of the great architect Gio Ponti, in an attempt to overthrow the stereotypes of habitation and experience it infinite expressive potential.

Following an exploratory exhibition visit, the students will take a model of a minimum dwelling inspired by the prototype home in a wardrobe and play the role of designer; by combining the few simple elements they are provided with, they will be asked to try to imagine how to integrate the basic structure to make it reversible and adaptable to the most diverse demands.

from Tuesday to Friday from 11.00 am
Duration: 1 h 30′

How does it work?
€ 100 per class group (max 30 people) + museum entrance ticket (free for students up to 14 years of age, reduced to € 5 for students over 14 years of age, free for 1 teacher every 10 students)
reservations are required and may be made together with purchases by writing to or by calling 3386419518, from Monday to Friday from 9.30 am to 1.00 pm

Workshop on the occasion of the exhibition “Gio Ponti. Amare l’architettura”.