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Genova Design week 2021

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Genova Design week 2021
June, 2021

The creative, revolutionary and innovative design finds a new home.

Genoa Design Week will be back from 17 to 21 June 2021, and this year for the very first time it will expand its location to the city and will take place in those shops linked to the world of design. 

A new theme wil be presented titled "La Città che foglia e fiora" (The city that leaves and flowers), with widespread greenery embellishing the alleys and squares of the old town centre.

After the success of the first edition, which saw the participation of more than 10 thousand visitors and 9 new businesses opened in the district, the event organised by DiDe - Distretto del Design Genova, with the support of Genoa City Council, the Chamber of Commerce, Confcommercio Genova, the Liguria Region and Municipio 1 Centro-Est, will once again bring the latest proposals of national and international fashion houses to the Old Town, opening up to the city the atriums of Genoa's historical buildings and giving new life to the squares and alleys of the exhibition route with widespread green installations.

Martinelli Luce will take part in the event with a conference entitled:

"Martinelli Luce: 70 years of Design".

The participants will be Emiliana Martinelli, President of the company, Marco Ghilarducci, General Manager, and the moderator, Architect Silvia Pericu.

The conference will take place on Friday 18/6 at 11:00 a.m. at the Spazio Talk Martinelli Luce in via S. Bernardo 19.

In addition, at 5 p.m. on Friday 18/6 at Spazio Giustiani in Piazza Giustiniani, the new Lady Galala lamp will be presented by Emiliana Martinelli and architect Gianluca Peluffo of Studio Peluffo&Partners.

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