What seemed like an invention from a science fiction film has become a real reality. Thanks to technology, it is now possible to have a wardrobe that uses ozone to disinfect items, irons and sorts your clothes or conceals them behind walls to save space.
The healthcare emergency caused by the coronavirus has resulted in a strong and coordinated collective response. Artists, creators, designers, entrepreneurs and volunteers have mobilised to help those who need it most with a series of initiatives ranging from the design, production and distribution of masks or visors, to the creation of collaborative platforms where solutions to the pandemic are shared.
Specialising in premium furniture, the Valencian firm has throughout its 26 year history been a proponent of work done by hand with attention to detail, in the face of depersonalisation and fast consumption in home decor.
The capital is hosting the third edition of this event until 29 February with Turin as a guest city. With 290 activities planned and more than 400 professionals invited, the event transforms every corner of the city into an art gallery to “redesign the world,” as its motto suggests.
One year after the launch of the Global Commitment to the New Plastic Economy, which promotes a new circular economy for the material, its first annual report reveals progress in reducing the use of virgin plastic, plastic pollution, and a growing demand in recycled plastics.