- 06.10.2024

Biennale svizzera del territorio, Lugano

Tracing a constellation of urban parking lots, Notti Future creates an itinerary to be followed in nocturnal stages. Through a series of short performative interventions, visitors are led to rethink the function of the parking lot as public space in the contemporary city.


- 30.07.2023

EPFL Pavilions, Lausanne

Through the lens of art, the exhibition Lighten Up! On Biology and Time explores the connection of living organisms with the natural cycle of light and dark. The project investigates our daily exposure to light, as well as its dynamics over time, as crucial elements of a healthy and sustainable life in dense urban environments.


Fashion Show, HEAD – Genève

The scenography for the 2022 HEAD Fashion Show juxtaposes virtuality with physicality, investigating the presence of human bodies in the material world while simultaneously delving into the interaction of avatars in nocturnal virtual spaces.


- 12.09.2021

Milan Design Week

The Korova Milk Bar is a fictional night bar from Stanley Kubrick’s 1971 film, A Clockwork Orange. Although the original venue only existed in fiction, its transgressive environment bestowed cult status upon the bar, inspiring the creation of several real nocturnal establishments around the world.


- 31.10.2021

Design Parade, Toulon

In 1965, interior architect Robert Haussmann created the Kronenhalle Bar in Zurich. In 2021, the exhibition Learning from Kronenhalle revisited the nocturnal dimension of the bar for the Design Parade Festival, with a particular focus on the original lamps and artificial lighting that define the place.


f'ar Lausanne

Restaurants and bars are defining meeting places of nightlife, featuring scenes of complex human rituals skilfully constructed through interior architecture. Researcher Julien Zanetta explains banquet rituals and associated human behaviours throughout history – the starting point for a special evening of sharing food served on a long banquet table crafted for the occasion.


f’ar Lausanne

The lighting aspect of the city is perceived as a parallel time-space to be experienced through lit and unlit territories. How has artificial light affected nightlife? What influences does light have on safety and night-time activities? This event addresses those questions through a presentation by Isabelle Corten, lighting designer and expert, and a nocturnal walk led by the Stalker Collective/Osservatorio Nomade, through the city of Lausanne.


f'ar Lausanne

The Club is both the epitome of nocturnal public agora and a laboratory for technological and multimedia experimentation. In a one-night club where visitors are encouraged to explore and use the space, architects Pol Esteve and Octave Perrault reflect upon nightclubs as architectural types and upon the ‘Cruising Pavilion’ at the 2020 Venice Biennale.


f’ar Lausanne

What makes the cinema an extraordinary place is its capacity to isolate the audience from night or day, creating a space of endless temporality. Within an immersive set design featuring cinematic boxes, director Matthieu Bareyre presented his film L’époque and discussed with Youri Kravtchenko the entanglements between night, space, and architecture.


f’ar Lausanne

The Corner Shop may arguably be the ultimate night-time institution. Often open when other shops are closed, its cheap disruption of the circadian rhythm is explored here by offering spatial immersion into a reconstructed replica, where sociologist Sukhdev Sandhu and artist Martin Kohout discuss their latest vision of nocturnal working conditions.