The seminars and materials exhibition at ARCHITECT@WORK MILAN 2022 are dedicated to natural elements: Water, Air, Earth, Fire
On November 9-10, 2022, ARCHITECT@WORK Milan comes back to Allianz MiCo, the usual location, which has simply changed its name. This year’s theme for both the seminars and the materials exhibition is Air, Water, Earth, Fire; thus, it seeks to investigate how architectural design can respond to the challenge of ecological transition through the conscious use of natural elements.
Also for ARCHITECT@WORK MILAN 2022 a jury of experts has selected hundreds of new and innovative products with the usual focus on research and sustainability. In this way, the event becomes the most effective and entertaining way to learn about current trends and to stay in touch with the architecture and design community.
The booths are all identical in size, calibrated to offer the best visibility for the company and to invite visitors to stop and talk. The route among the showcased products – a very diversified offer selected by a jury of experts – is fluid and dynamic: it does not overwhelm those who walk along it with excesses of scenography and information. One stops when something catches one’s attention and easily makes contact with the staff on the booth.
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Seminars earning professional credits at ARCHITECT@WORK
A series of seminars earning the participants professional training credits (CFP) complement the format of ARCHITECT@WORK as a showcase for innovations and a salon for networking. Three round tables are scheduled every day, in which designers will dialogue with other stakeholders in the construction industry and environmental protection sector. Among others, speakers include representatives from the AMDL Circle and Lombardini22 studios, as well as the CNAPPC and the One Ocean Foundation, the Milan Polytechnic and the Green Building Council.
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Also dedicated to natural elements is the materials exhibition curated by Baolab, entitled Good materials – The life force of matter. The exhibition is dedicated to “good” materials capable of taking care of the biosphere, regenerating its resources. In short, visiting ARCHITECT@WORK translates into an opportunity for professional development in the fields of architecture, construction, interior and product design.