The architectural fragment designed for Milan Triennale in 1996, symbolically and allusively represented various things from the slogan Living in the city that is the theoretical and project foundation of La Pietra’s work in the urban space: breaking the barrier between public and private space (inside/outside), reinventing decoration to endow architecture with meaning (the culture of making / craft culture), and the impossibility of impacting on reality with created works (the ephemeral design / the interrupted design). Many works realized from the end of the Eighties (“Open House” and “Italian garden”, for Cersaie in Bologna 1988/89 and “Urban living room”, Milan, 1989) till the end of the Nineties (“Urban living room” in Cursi, Lecce and the projects for Aosta) illustrated this process.

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