Totems, Neri Oxman and the Mediated Matter Group at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 2019 © La Triennale di Milano - foto Gianluca Di Ioia Humans are the places they live in, and it’s precisely this relationship of man with nature which expresses the power of either. A new exposition in Milan acts in behalf of this important bond as part of Triennale, legendary location of international design, located in viale Alemagna 6, until September first 2019. Through its title, Broken Nature, and the significant claim Design takes on Human Survival, the exhibition asks Milan and all those who are going to attend it to explore all together the close connection between humans and nature with the aim of restoring it, even by means of design and furnishing. © La Triennale di Milano - foto Gianluca Di Ioia A new idea of design Professionals and artists worldwide land to the exposition of Milan in an effort to repair the old relation between man and the surrounding environment. The exhibition emphasises the exploitation of natural resources, for many years matter of abuse and little sensitivity by the society and the public opinion. Through architectural and design projects, capable of embracing the needs of the environment in all the stages of planning and realization of spaces, humans will be able to rebuild their close relationship with nature starting with the areas that belong to their everyday life: the house and the interior walls become new stories to narrate and innovative ideas of style and beauty. Inspiration #1 - Climate Conscious Ambientha wallpapers support this merger of man and environment thanks also to the commitment of designers and artists worldwide which start by a deep research on nature to restore her in the places that surround us, with its charm and intense sentiment. Beyond Broken Nature, with the artistic wallpaper by Chiara Dattola This is not a devastated and spoiled nature(broken), but rather an ecosystem where the relation between man and environment is strictly related to the consciousness on environmental issues with a growing focus towards this thematic. Climate Conscious is the key topic through which the artist Chiara Dattola interprets her new idea for Ambientha Ambientha wallpapers. Walls become Arctic Tundra, Subtle Tundra and Tundra Earth: they’re not merely technique or colour but inspiration and care towards the relation human and nature, when the former gets often stepped over by the latter, in a scale of priorities. Non-woven wallpaper design Arctic Tundra to personalize your home, office or shop Among Milan exhibitions, Broken Nature at the Triennale connotes the international design as not a pure decor but as an opportunity for the good living in the respect of nature and the environment. New backsides and materials, innovative technologies and know-how, customizable aesthetic contents for giving new identity, even ecological, to your spaces. Important attendances and professionals of the international design speak about the relation man and nature at Broken Nature Together with other important international names of the field, the works and projects at Triennale have been purposely commissioned to Accurat, Formafantasma, Neri Oxman and Sigil Collective. The concept of restorative design is developed as an intense bond between man and nature and finds its interpretation in the analysis of humans and their needs, inseparable from the environmental ones. The creative companies on show arrange activities for the ecosystem preservation through objects and new operative systems in order to transmit to the next generations the right development methods with due regard of the surrounding nature. The careful examination of wastes, which must not be treated as such anymore but should be considered as new materials, and the loss of highly toxic technological elements, are just two of the several issues that the contemporary design is asked to face to improve human life in its close relations with nature.