Milan Design Week – Isaloni – When & Where
The Fieramilano fairgrounds in Rho, where the Salone del Mobile 2023 will be held from 18th to 23rd April, are easily accessible by bus, M1 subway, train or car, even from Milan‘s airports. Students are permitted to attend the fair on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday; access is restricted to business professionals for the first few days before opening to the general public on Saturday and Sunday.
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Milan Design Week 2023 – How
To enter the show, tickets must be purchased through the Salone website or mobile app. Different tickets are available for various visitors (including journalists, students, businesspeople, and members of the general public), allowing them to enter the fair on different days. Make sure you buy the correct ticket and log in with your platform profile.
How To Move Around The Salone del Mobile 2023
This year, the Salone app will make planning your trip easier than ever. Users can easily find exhibitors using the wayfinding service and the interactive map, which are accessible via the website or mobile app. Attendees can get any information they need right at the fair by asking staff at the information booths or using the large signs at each pavilion’s entryway, as is customary.
What’s New This Year
- The organisation of the pavilions on a single floor will enhance the visitor experience.
- Lombardini 22 created a new layout for Euroluce that is less orthogonal, influenced by city planning, and ensures optimal visitor flows and improved exhibitor visibility.
- Designed by Formafantasma with a site-specific installation, Pavilion 13 will include a sizable arena for lectures.
Events Not To Miss At Salone del Mobile 2023
The Salone del Mobile 2023’s cultural schedule will shift for the first time from the city centre to the fairgrounds, inside the pavilions of Euroluce, featuring the following events:
- Beppe Finessi organised a series of exhibitions featuring Constellations (created by Formafantasma) strewn about and four exhibitions that were conceptualised by various curators in collaboration with devoted exhibition designers.
- Aurore, the arena created by Formafantasma and House of Lyria, will hold events, workshops, and discussions in addition to providing distinctive immersive experiences.
- Shigeru Ban, Nao Tamura, Kjetil Traedal Thorsen, and Marius Myking from Snøhetta, and Andrea D’Antrassi from MAD, in conversation with international journalists, in a programme curated by Annalisa Rosso.
- SaloneSatellite interviews Gaetano Pesce, one of the most influential figures in Italian design history, as well as the directors of some of the world’s most prestigious design schools.
- Maurizio Nannucci’s site-specific artwork, one of the most powerful interpreters of light in contemporary art.
- A bookstore specialising in design, art, and illustration publications, designed by Formafantasma and curated by Corraini Editori.
- Piero Lissoni designed a bistrot and a fine dining restaurant in harmony with the concept of the Euroluce biennial.
On the Salone’s website, you can find all the information you need to plan your visit, including a selection of products from exhibitors, deep dives on the fair’s content and protagonists, useful links, and a schedule of events, including talks and workshops.
BRABBU will be there at Pavilion 3, Stand G24-G28, so make sure to visit us to get to know all the exciting news we have for you!
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