The BBL - Biblioteca Bovisa La Masa, opens a new room that offers 104 seats, thus becoming the largest library of the Politecnico, with its 408 seats and 12,500 volumes kept.
The new Made in Polimi in Bovisa is also born, a new exhibition space that shares with the one already present in the atrium of the Rectorate in Piazza Leonardo da Vinci the intention of making known ever-changing polytechnic stories.
The new exhibition offers a specific narrative on Bovisa, with its experimental, innovative, industrial and cultural profile, telling stories that can be traced back to the four departments that operate at the Bovisa La Masa Campus – Energy, Management Economics and Industrial Engineering, Mechanics, Aerospace Science and Technology – and their significant impact on the territorial and international development model promoted by the Politecnico.
The exhibition is divided into five sections, which present visitors with sustainable research and innovation projects, inventions that have come to life in our University, and stories of students who enthusiastically design the future every day. Contents that will change over time to make room for the many polytechnic stories, which are constantly evolving.
Imagining, exploring, running, revolutionizing, are not only the titles chosen for the chapters that make up the "Bovisa story", but they represent much more: they are watchwords that guide anyone who tries, with ingenuity, to go further; anyone who tries to overcome their limits to create something innovative, just as our polytechnic protagonists of the past and the present have done.
The last section is artefactory, which tells the story of the works of art and installations of four artists at Bovisa: Gio' Pomodoro, Gino Cosentino, Jonathan Guaitamacchi and Salvatore Sebaste.
The entire narrative is framed by a timeline that draws the past, present and future of the Politecnico.