The first, a dialogue between Massimo Castagna, art director of Henge, Kicco Bestetti, historical consultant of Paola Lenti, and Silvia Camerotto, founder of Slow Design44.
Both companies represent the excellence of high craftsmanship made in Italy in the world.
Moderated by Andrea Bettini, of the Treviso-based firm Perissinotto&Bettini Associati.
This meeting was undoubtedly an opportunity to learn more about the challenges, creative stages and craftsmanship techniques involved in the process of creating high-quality furniture.
The participation of Ombretta Dal Zin, CEO of Ambiente, further enriched the event, bringing new perspectives on the link between design and environmental sustainability, an increasingly relevant issue in the world of furniture.
The second event was led by Lanerossi to present its new thermal blanket and tell about the benefits of sleep.
Art, craft and design enthusiasts certainly experienced two unforgettable days.