Another April without Salone and FuoriSalone. But INTERNI animates the world of design with INTERNI Designer's Week® Milan and with a cycle of Design Talks

Always a partner of design companies and an online and offline communication tool for the entire system, INTERNI is once again the promoter / supporter of the restart and rekindles the creative spirit of Milan.

The third edition of INTERNI Designer's Week® Milano (the first was that of 1990, with which the magazine gave rise to the FuoriSalone) is organized with the patronage of the Municipality on the occasion of Milano Design City and in partnership with Audi and ENI and promotes an articulated communication schedule to disseminate and amplify projects, stories, opinions and news from the world of design:

  • A paper guide of Designer's Week Milan, with information on products, collections or displays presented by the companies.
  • A digital guide with Photo Gallery and Videos and links to Webinars and Brand Talks (with links to Google Maps)
  • Highlight coverage on Facebook and Instagram
  • Interni Design Journal, online from 12 to 23 April with a daily Newsletter
  • Banners spread in the city and press campaign in newspapers and periodicals, out of home print & digital and DOOH ledwall circuit
  • INTERNI Meeting Point at Istituto Marangoni Milano Design (via Cerva 24), headquarters of the digital editorial staff, a technological beating heart of information

Design Talks

The Design Talks will take place in the Meeting Point set up at the headquarters of Instituto Marangoni Milano Design, formerly the scene of the 2020 edition of INTERNI Designer's Week® Milan, 12 days of discussions to tell about the change. Entrepreneurs, architects, designers, economists, scholars from various sectors will discuss the issues of Know-how of Italian Industry, Sustainability and Circular Economy in production and consumption.

The value of recycling in the circular economy, the 'home-gym' where philosophies of life and use of innovative technologies are explored, places of community (and identity), new languages ​​of digital arts & crafts, personalized technology that improves the quality of life, the project of a “fluid school”, the environmental awareness of the earth generation, the energy transaction. Our guests will focus on these macro-themes from 13 to 22 April (for the complete agenda click here), at the Istituto Marangoni Milano Design in via Cerva 24.

 

To express their point of view, opinion leaders already established in their respective production sectors, at an Italian and international level, and new generations who have made research their core business: designers, architects, creatives, artists and art directors, entrepreneurs, sociologists, communication and science theorists, public and private institutional authorities, with the aim of a new vision of the sustainable project, for a more inclusive, interactive, democratic world. Among the contributions: Paolo Lioy (CEO of Whirlpool Italy), Francesco Santangelo (ENI gas and light Head of Relations and initiatives), Patrizia Moroso, architects Paola Navone, Giulio Cappellini, Antonio Citterio.

On April 20, with the title Italian Beauty, an exclusive study on Expo 2020 Dubai: a story on the innovative organic materials with which the Italian Pavilion is covered and set up, with the director of Interni Gilda Bojardi, the Head of Research and Development of ENI Luisa Lavagnini, the architects of the pavilion Carlo Ratti and Italo Rota and the creative director, Professor Davide Rampello.

All the Design Talks (see the entire schedule here) will be offered in streaming on internimagazine.it at 6:30 pm, from 12 to 22 April (to receive the link to follow them Live with the Newsletter, click here).

Our partners

Two main partners accompany INTERNI during the Designer's Week: AUDI and ENI.

For this occasion, Audi is present again in Milan, a concrete and effective demonstration of value affinity with the territory in terms of innovation and progress. Thanks to unveiling and the possibility of personally discovering the new Q4 e-tron, the first premium compact zero-emission SUV on an electric platform, Audi is redesigning its presence in Milan entrusting Mario Cucinella and his studio MCA - Mario Cucinella Architects, leader in sustainable design, the United for Progress installation. The space is located in a place that, like Audi, has been able to break the rules: BAM - Biblioteca degli Alberi Milano, the contemporary botanical garden in Porta Nuova.

ENI also confirms its presence at Designer's Week in Milan where, in collaboration with INTERNI, it offers two Design Talks on energy, a fundamental theme for everyone's present and future. The first meeting will bring listeners to Dubai where, in the Italian Pavilion at Expo, ENI will show its technology for a decarbonised future thanks also to microalgae that capture CO2 and, from a circular economy perspective, become new products applicable in various fields. The second, with Eni gas and electricity, will discuss the importance of having energy efficient and sustainable homes to help create a low-emission future for our cities.