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Discover Italian and international design companies and explore their products. Find out about the latest innovations, keep an eye on the various market segments, and stay abreast of the latest developments in the world of contemporary living. This instrument enables you to make direct contact with market players, arrange meetings with them and, generally, get to know them..  

People
People

Face to face with Matteo Ghidoni

With his studio, Salottobuono, Matteo Ghidoni surfs seamlessly between buildings and books, exhibitions and magazines, in which architecture is a malleable material that can be seen from every possible perspective – as told in a quick-fire interview with the architect and editor of the magazine San Rocco.

 

Claudia Ferri and the teen within

Table settings with contrasting textures. How do interiors change to reflect the people who inhabit them? This is a storytelling through small, cherished objects.

 

Face to face with Matteo Ghidoni

With his studio, Salottobuono, Matteo Ghidoni surfs seamlessly between buildings and books, exhibitions and magazines, in which architecture is a malleable material that can be seen from every possible perspective – as told in a quick-fire interview with the architect and editor of the magazine San Rocco.

 

Claudia Ferri and the teen within

Table settings with contrasting textures. How do interiors change to reflect the people who inhabit them? This is a storytelling through small, cherished objects.

 

People
People

Face to face with Matteo Ghidoni

With his studio, Salottobuono, Matteo Ghidoni surfs seamlessly between buildings and books, exhibitions and magazines, in which architecture is a malleable material that can be seen from every possible perspective – as told in a quick-fire interview with the architect and editor of the magazine San Rocco.

 

Claudia Ferri and the teen within

Table settings with contrasting textures. How do interiors change to reflect the people who inhabit them? This is a storytelling through small, cherished objects.

 

Face to face with Matteo Ghidoni

With his studio, Salottobuono, Matteo Ghidoni surfs seamlessly between buildings and books, exhibitions and magazines, in which architecture is a malleable material that can be seen from every possible perspective – as told in a quick-fire interview with the architect and editor of the magazine San Rocco.

 

Claudia Ferri and the teen within

Table settings with contrasting textures. How do interiors change to reflect the people who inhabit them? This is a storytelling through small, cherished objects.