Are you ready for Milan Design Week 2015? The 54th edition of the iSaloni 2015 fair will fling open its doors from Tuesday 14th to Sunday 19th April, at the Rho Milan Fairgrounds. Quality and innovation, along with major collateral Milan Design Week 2015 events and a comprehensive, wide range of goods are the ingredients that make the Salone del Mobile such an unmissable event.
Attracting more than 300,000 visitors from over 160 countries, the iSaloni 2015 fair is the acknowledged sectoral international benchmark event year after year. iSaloni 2015 fair, split into three style categories: Classic, Modern and Design, The International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition and SaloneSatellite will be flanked by the biennial Euroluce / International Lighting Exhibition.
Euroluce, the tradeshow devoted to excellence in the lighting world will showcase the very latest in outdoor, indoor, industrial, event/s very latest how, special use and hospital lighting solutions, lighting systems, light sources and illumination technology software and consulting. To mark the 2015 International Year of Light proclaimed by UNESCO, architect Attilio Stocchi has conceived “FAVILLA. To every light a voice” for the city of Milan – an installation/event telling the story of and exploring the essence of light. This is one of the best Milan Design Week 2015 design events to see!
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Workplace3.0 is an exhibition with an innovative concept, devoted to design and technology for planning the workspace in the round. Workplace3.0 will bring together the top proposals from the furnishing world for office, banks, insurance offices, post offices and other public spaces, seating for offices and public spaces, acoustics, flooring and coverings, lighting and office accessories as well as audio-video technologies and communication.
“The Walk”, a huge installation on exhibit inside the Workplace3.0 pavilions, was conceived by internationally renowned Italian architect Michele De Lucchi as an area for showcasing ideas and design triggers for planning workspaces in their many different contemporary interpretations. New activities and working modes generate new workspaces and new design requisites for “inhabiting them”, with offices increasingly becoming a hub for social interface, meetings and living side by side.