Over 500 new products will be exhibited, the result of the selection of a technical commission of experts. The highly competent staff present at the stands of the 200 exhibitors present will be able to respond to the needs of each visitor.
ARCHITECT@WORK: a formula for success
ARCHITECT@WORK Milan follows the success formula of the other editions of the event proposed abroad: a unique exhibition concept, with small uniform stands and designer furnishings, and a clear focus on innovative materials, applications and new services.
In addition to presenting the most innovative products of leading companies in the market to professionals in the sector, ARCHITECT@WORK also offers a rich program of seminars conducted by experts and emerging figures in the Italian and international architecture scene.
This year's theme, for seminars and exhibition of materials, is "Air, water, earth, fire" to investigate how the architectural project can respond to the challenge of ecological transition through the conscious use of natural elements.
The four elements of nature at the center of seminars and exhibitions
On this theme, a series of round tables are scheduled, three a day, where designers will be in dialogue with other stakeholders of the construction chain and environmental protection. Among others, the AMDL Circle and Lombardini22 studios will participate, as well as the CNAPPC and the One Ocean Foundation, the Politecnico di Milano and the Green Building Council.
Participation in the seminars is free and professional training credits are recognized.
The exhibition of materials curated by Baolab, entitled "Good materials - The vital force of matter" is also dedicated to natural elements; materials are no longer just mere constructive tools for the artifacts that surround us, but become active elements in the environment around us and in our social communities.
The rich program of collateral events is also completed by the photographic exhibition curated by Luc Boegly entitled "A look at ten years of contemporary architecture", where the author proposes a collection of buildings, regardless of the chronology or any attempt at classification, but only to pay homage to architects and their architectural works.
Allianz MiCo9 and 10 November 2022 from 11 to 19
Free admission upon online registration