From 9th to 14th April 2013, within the spaces of the Pavilion Visconti – in Via Tortona, 58; one of the most prestigious locations of Tortona Design Week , the heart of Design Week – five prestigious Italian designers and architects will talk with visitors on theme of “emotional design” through the projects, creativity and contemporary culture. Fabrizio Batoni, Philip Cannata, Marco Piva, Massimo Roj and Toti Semerano give shape to his idea of sustainable materials, technology and design to arouse strong and “good” emotions through projects that will characterize not only for its high quality design and exhibition for their balance between innovation, perfection, elegance and style.
They present design solutions proposed by several studies in the space they deserve, so that they can evoke in the visitor’s future style and design Italian-born decline throughout the home environment, bathroom and well-being, with the right in great detail.
The formula is the one already used in all other events HS Design: a traveling exhibition of architecture and design in various sectors. A vision that has proved successful and has allowed HS Design to win year after year and event after event, the role of leaders in this field.
Everyone will create home furnishings using objects and materials that it considers most appropriate and giving rise to strong emotions. The design quality has met the quality of the exhibits between innovation and perfection, elegance and style, all of which will characterize the designs of studies in line with the spirit of the times and the future trends.
As Carlo Matthey, the organizer describes “Take this great exhibition show meant to critically analyze the design that is part of our daily lives, helping us and affects us in every moment of our day: from when you get up to when you leave, you walk, you eats and sleeps ” He even adds “Our events have changed the way to expose and to offer to the world of architecture and design, and have changed the way people interact with professionals of the project and the industrial.”
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