The exhibition space&interiors is set to reveal innovative design, placed in an all- encompassing context that envisions a utopia on Mars.
The third edition of space&interiors, 'The Future of Living and the Planet of the Future', curated by Stefano Boeri Architetti, is set to reveal the innovative products, high-end materials and finishing's of over 20 exhibitors. The selection comprises a blend of renowned national and international interior brands that push the boundaries of the current standard of living. The exhibitors are placed in an all- encompassing context that envisions a utopia of living on Mars orchestrated by Stefano Boeri Architetti.
The ensemble refers to this ideal habitat by showing the latest developments and technological applications in the field. Advanced solutions ranging from natural toxin free finishes and paints, to sound and odour absorbing materials and digital murals which form the starting point for a way of living that is more congruent with our planet. This unconventional exhibition of space&interiors presents its new perspective on future habitation from 17 to 21 April at The Mall, Porta Nuova, during Salone del Mobile 2018.
A Utopia for Future Living materialised
'The Future of Living and the Planet of the Future' will be an intervention rather than an exhibition. 360-degree video projections directed by Davide Rapp and Giorgio Zangrandi elevate the space to a science fiction reality of living on Mars. Whereas the exhibited products bring the visitor back to the here and now by showing the potential of current technology and innovations for our habitat. This multi-layered experience will redefine the trade character of the exhibition.
The overall selection is a first step towards a more sustainable habitat, and has the potential to adjust the way we live. More information on space&interiors can be found here. To view the full list of exhibitors go here.
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'Murales' by Bianchi Lecco
'White', the eco-friendly paint by Oikos
'Seeds on Mars' by Stefano Boeri Architetti