Ultra Flying Objects

main corridor Malpensa Airport

Ultra Flying Objects are an opensource collection of fanciful paper aircrafts, toy planes and flying machines planned by designers and artists for Tam Tam and ilVespaio. This extraordinary fleet is exhibited at the Milan Malpensa Airport from the 13th of September 2017, thanks to Comieco, Sea and Volandia.

The exhibition that welcomes and leads passengers in transit through Terminal 1 also involves Volandia, the Park and Museum of Flight, where kids can create signature paper airplanes.

UFOs at Malpensa is an opportunity to encourage creativity to take off, as well as to further enhance the incidence of separate paper and board collection in Italy, because recycling also means reducing the consumption of new raw materials.

The project was conceived, curated, and implemented by Sebastiano Ercoli and Alessandro Garlandini of ilVespaio, in cooperation with Tam Tam.

The planes have been designed by:
4P1B and Antonio de Marco, Yasemin Albayrak, Anna Barbara – SenseLab, Matteo Beraldi, Marco Boldrini – Zetalab, Andrea Brugnera, Alessandro Busci, Giorgio Camuffo and CamuffoLab, Sergio Cascavilla, Stefano Castiglioni – aquapotabile, Pietro Corraini, Chiara Crisoliti for Ass. Cult. Marchebestway, EnricoPrennaStudio, Sebastiano Ercoli, Eva Escoms Estarlich, Pietro Follini, Alessandro Garlandini, Mauro Gatti, Giacomo Ghidelli, Alberto Ghirardello, Clara Giardina, Alessandro Guerriero, Floris Hovers, Anastasia Kucherova and Sergio Romeo – Ro.K architects, Dario Lazzaretto, Alessandro Marelli, Daniela Maurer, Alessandro Mendini, Ico Migliore and Mara Servetto – Migliore+Servetto Architects, Giacomo Moor, Emiliano Ponzi, Matteo Ragni, Melissa Renzi, Barbara Ripari and Federica Urbani – Spaziodabitare, Giovanni Rivolta and Nicoletta Savioni – A4Adesign, Massimo Rosati, RovattiDesign, Elena Salmistraro, Guido Scarabottolo, Stefano Seletti, Maurizio Splendore, Sabrina Tajé, Laura Tardella, Antonia Teatino, Giorgia Ugo and Marcello Marelli – Laboratorio16, Olimpia Zagnoli, Maurizio Zorat, and the students of the social design course of NABA, with their leaders Claudio Larcher and Sara Ricciardi.

All the aircraft models on display can be downloaded for free from www.ultraflyingobjects.org