Saturday, November 2, 2013
The Politecnico di Milano has Restored Multan, the "Walled City"
The Politecnico di Milano has restored Multan, the "Walled City" one of the oldest cities of Pakistan The exhibition "Italy for Multan " will be held from 31 October ( the official opening is scheduled for 18.00 ) to 10 November at the Urban Center in Milan, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II , 11-12 . The exhibition is the result of the first phase of the project "Sustainable , Social , Economic and Environmental Revitalization in the Historic Core of Multan City," a collaboration agreement between the Italian Government and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan which has addressed important issues related to planning, architectural design , conservation and urban infrastructure . A complex plan for socio-economic development , transformation and environmental protection of one of the oldest cities in Pakistan that has engaged for six months more than 70 professors, technicians and researchers of the Politecnico di Milano . fotoIl Politecnico di Milano has restored Multan , the " Walled City " , in Pakistan The exhibition at the Urban Center offers the public a new and original vision of one of the most fascinating destinations of Pakistani Punjab , enhanced by photographs of Mark Introini , documenting the enchantment of life and forms of the " Walled City " . "This exhibition is the result of an ambitious project created by the collaboration between the Italian Government and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan that the Foundation is proud to have taken charge - said Giampio Hounds , president of the Fondazione Politecnico di Milano - . A precious opportunity that has opened the dialogue on important issues and interdisciplinary , from urban planning to architectural preservation , from infrastructure to economic activity .