Salone del Mobile.Milano ON AIR
Moderated by Victoria Cabello, television host, well-known face of MTV and radio broadcaster, it features Claudio Feltrin, President of FederlegnoArredo, Maria Porro, President of Assarredo, and Marco Sabetta, General Manager of the Salone del Mobile.Milano, who discuss its genesis and vision; Riccardo Luna, a journalist with a passion for innovation and a technology expert, who, in conversation with Annalisa Rosso, editorial director of the platform, explains why financial sectors are no longer able to function without digital and describes the potential and added value of this new Salone project; and the architect Stefano Boeri, who reveals a bit more about the special “supersalone” Salone del Mobile.Milano event, which he is curating, slated for 5th to 10th September at the Rho Fairgrounds.
It will be an opportunity for exchanging experiences, visions and emotions, introducing us to a new, hybrid tool in which the physical and the digital coexist, boosting each other and increasing their opportunities.
How do I take part?
On 30th June we will activate the link at the top of this page, just click on the player on the opening image, register and enjoy the event.
See you soon.
A well-known face on MTV, a special envoy for the show Le Lene, as well as a judge on X Factor, she hosted the 2006 Sanremo Festival alongside Giorgio Panariello and Ilary Blasi, the talk show Victor Victoria on La7, and the football show Quelli che il Calcio on Rai2. With her explosive irony, Victoria Cabello has been a familiar face over many television seasons, and she also counts radio and film appearances amongst her achievements.
Editorial Director of the new Salone del Mobile.Milano digital project. She co-founded Mr.Lawrence studio with Francesco Mainardi; it focuses on special projects for contemporary design, connecting the world of industry with that of research, collecting and institutions. She was editor-in-chief of Icon Design (a Mondadori monthly publication) and in charge for the Domus magazine website.
Maria Porro, born in Como in 1983, is the head of marketing and communication of Porro S.p.A., the historical brand of Italian design founded by her great-grandfather Giulio back in 1925.
The company, which has slowly gained a major position in the international market, combines the tradition of craftsmanship and cutting-edge production technologies, proposing its essential language which favours simple signs and shapes.
Claudio Feltrin is President and CEO of Arper, a leading Italian company that creates chairs, tables, and furnishings for community, work and home.
Arper was founded in 1989 as an evolution of a leather artisan enterprise launched by the Feltrin family in the 1980s. The company, created by the father Luigi (President of Honour until his passing in 2020), together with his sons Mauro and Claudio, distinguished itself right from the start for its innovative products and state of the art processes, as well as for its international approach.
He was born in Milan in 1958.
He took his degree in Economics and Commerce from Milan’s Bocconi University, specialising in industrial economics/marketing.
His first job was for the Fininvest Group in 1984; he then went on to take up important positions at Publitalia working his way up to becoming General Manager of the Lombardy Trade Directorate.
A journalist who has been at the forefront of the transformation of journalism in the digital era for over thirty years. He was born in Rome in 1965, and wrote for the daily newspaper La Repubblica for fifteen years. Specialising in topics linked to technological innovation and the internet, he was the first director of the Italian edition of Wired and backed the candidature of the Internet for the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize. From 2014 to 2016 he was the Italian government’s Digital Champion, a role created by the European Union to promote the digital agenda in its Member States.
Stefano Boeri, architect and urban planner, is Full Professor at Politecnico di Milano and visiting professor in several international universities. In Shanghai he is Director of the Future City Lab at Tongji University: a post- doctoral research program which explores the future of contemporary metropolis under the perspectives of biodiversity and urban forestry.
Stefano Boeri’s work ranges from the production of urban visions and architectures to interior and product design.