Marco Belpoliti talks with Stefano Salis

  • marco belpoliti, writer; stefano salis, journalist
    marco belpoliti, writer; stefano salis, journalist
  • marco belpoliti, writer
    marco belpoliti, writer
  • stefano salis, journalist; michele lupi, journalist; marco romanelli, architect
    stefano salis, journalist; michele lupi, journalist; marco romanelli, architect
  • davide malberti, rimadesio CEO; giuseppe bavuso, designer and architect
    davide malberti, rimadesio CEO; giuseppe bavuso, designer and architect
  • sabrina dordoni, alam per comunicare; helen citterio, designer; antonio citterio, designer and architect
    sabrina dordoni, alam per comunicare; helen citterio, designer; antonio citterio, designer and architect
  • amalia zordan, D la repubblica chief editor; ruben modigliani, journalist
    amalia zordan, D la repubblica chief editor; ruben modigliani, journalist
  • stefano genolini, lawyer; giulia guzzini, domus; nicola di battista, domus director
    stefano genolini, lawyer; giulia guzzini, domus; nicola di battista, domus director
  • marco romanelli, architect; stefano salis, journalist; luigi malberti, cfo rimadesio; marco belpoliti, writer; davide malberti, rimadesio CEO
    marco romanelli, architect; stefano salis, journalist; luigi malberti, cfo rimadesio; marco belpoliti, writer; davide malberti, rimadesio CEO
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Rimadesio approach has always been aimed to higher ecological goals, indeed the company is self-sufficient in power supply and certified according to the highest European standards; but today the word “ecology” means much more. Marco Belpoliti, among the most forward-looking Italian intellectuals, reminded us of that, by describing the birth (actually very recent, at the mid nineteenth century) and the etymological meaning of the term “ecology”, as well as its developments and environmental implications. A “back-to-Nature” goal that needs humans charging themselves of their choices, according to the consumption of either land, as well as objects and words. Finally, the homo faber is not required to deny his will to create, but to overcome the false myth of “novelty”.  

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