“Into the wood” workshop

“Into the wood” workshop

8 workshops for the event hold in Verona about design “Do you speak Made in Italy?

The event will take place on the next 24 and 25 September in the Loggiato and in the Buvette room of the Palazzo della Gran Guardia in Verona, on the occasion of the Marmomacc, Abitare il Tempo and Promenade Verona events involving the city of Verona. The two days will be structured in an exhibition of design objects and art works and in 8 workshops, one of which will be our Into the Wood – Wood and eco-design. Do you speak made in Italy? aims to encourage the construction of the Contemporary Identity of Made in Italy Design also through “the narration of the obstacle course and innovation that often accompany the Italian design of quality”.

Program

The 24 September opens the exhibition of works of art and design, open to the public until the 25th evening, with two seminars on MAKING Made in Italy, attended by Paolo Castelli, CEO of Paolo Castelli SpA and Silvio Fortuna of Arclinea. 25 September is the day dedicated to Workshop in Design strong > : 8 workshops that will take place simultaneously in the Loggiato in two different sessions of 3 hours each (morning and afternoon) with 8 participants per session.

For architects, Professional Training Credits (CFP) are provided for continuous updating. Registrations are limited for a maximum of 8 + 8 people per workshop (120 seats), which are free and aimed at designers, architects, artists and students of industry schools, after site subscription . Do you speak Made in Italy? Workshop in Design is a project by Sthandier Design (arch. Ivonne Sthandier) and Art Frigò (Piero Cortese and Marta Bassotto) created with the support of Velux Italia Spa as Main Sponsor, in partnership with DomiMagazine and Promenade Verona, with the patronage of ‘Order of Architects, Planners, Landscape Architects, Conservators of the province of Verona.

Update : some photos of the day, of which you can read a report on the blog of the architecture and design journalist Elena Cattaneo, here .

Photo Credits: Domi Magazine
Photo Credits: Domi Magazine

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