The installation of the Granarolo Pavilion intends to explore the theme of milk as a creative principle and reflect on the significance of this food as a primary source of nutrition for man. For this reason, the project takes the form of an artificial galaxy positioned along the Cardo exhibition route, which generates an immaterial space, a mysterious environment that visitors must explore gradually.

Choices made at the planning stage of materials and building techniques radically impact not just a reduction in the use of raw materials and energy during production of the materials themselves, but also a reduction in the waste produced when the building is assembled and dismantled. For this reason, the Granarolo area is designed in dry-assembled aluminium profiles, made from recycled and recyclable material and sheets of Barrisol made from salvaged material which can then be recycled to make new sheets. Their production process requires no water and has very low energy consumption.