Panzeri at “Le Vie del Compasso d’Oro”03/09/2020
It is a series of customizable itineraries that wind through the city of Milan and its surroundings to offer a direct experience of historical and contemporary places linked to the history of the most prestigious design award.
The primary objective of this year is to reactivate the flow of visits to the many places of Milanese design: showrooms, distributors, companies, professional studios, schools and museums and galleries will open their doors to invite and guide visitors to discover the world. of the most qualified Italian design.
Within this connected and selected context, Panzeri will be present with its products on display at the Listone Giordano Arena between via San Damiano and via Santa Cecilia.
Arena is in fact the new Milanese address of Panzeri, where the company’s lamps coexist in scenographic settings with coatings by Listone Giordano and furnishing accessories by Vaselli Marmi, Blueside and Matteo Brioni. But first of all, Arena is a meeting place and project culture, where it will come to life in the coming months in a schedule of events around lighting design and the most current themes of lighting design. Months ahead full of appointments around design throughout the city of Milan, from the concomitant opening of the exhibition dedicated to the XXVI edition of the ADI Compasso d’Oro Award to the opening of the ADI Design Museum.
The presence among the places of the Vie del Compasso d’Oro with its own installation in the Arena therefore confirms once again the strong bond between Panzeri and the city of Milan as a center of international design and reaffirms the belonging to a quality Made in Italy attentive to the evolution of technique and design.
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