We already sent out a strong message with “supersalone” in September in this regard, made possible thanks also to the project signed by architect Stefano Boeri, who has always had sustainability as one of the hallmarks of his professional career. The panels were made of 100% recycled wood and the entire structure of the display was dry mounted and therefore disassemblable and recyclable.
Now we’re working with Asal, the outfitters’ association on drawing up guidelines that will help the people who build the stands, as well as the exhibitors, to follow criteria that go in this direction. This is one of the first things we’re doing. We also worked with Rete Clima on “supersalone” to quantify the impact of the event. In April, at our 60th edition, there will be a major surprise, something important in this regard that I can’t say any more about right now – in fact there will be more than one, inside the pavilions.