There are many ways to promote Italian culture. The one chosen by the Italian Cultural Institute in Paris pays homage to the many Italian companies of excellence that have embraced new programs of synergy between industry and culture, contributing with their products to the renovation of the Hôtel de Galliffet, the prestigious headquarters of the Institute. The updated spaces were recently reopened: the guesthouse on Rue de Grenelle, the administrative secretariat, the new kitchen for course in Italian cuisine, and the hall of mirrors. Different exponents of Made in Italyhave been involved in the renovation, coordinated by Beppe Cerutti of Cento Per Cento Design, distributor of the most famous Italian brands in France. Zanotta and Lema furnished the offices of the secretariat and the new facility to welcome artists in residence and the guests of the Institute. The first guest was the artist Michelangelo Pistoletto. Viabizzunohas provided lighting for the exhibition galleries, after the restyling done by the studio Startt, as well as for the hall of mirrors and the kitchen. Modulnova has produced, based on a design by Tiziano Vudafieri, the new kitchen for courses on Italian in the kitchen. Smeghas contributed with appliances for the kitchens of the courses and the new guesthouse. Irinox has supplied the thermal precipitator and the device for vacuum packing. Bialetti Industrie with Bialetti cookware and Girmi small appliances, Bitossi Home with dishes, glasses and flatware, and Coltellerie Berti with cutlery, have contributed to outfit the kitchen for the new courses. Fortuny has supplied fabrics for the new decor of the study that was once that of Talleyrand, now containing the administrative offices, and for the chairs of the hall of mirrors, now used for conferences. Finally, Salvatori has covered the floors of the bath and kitchen of the guesthouse with marble, while Colorobbia Italia has produced the facings for the walls of the bathroom, in Yalosker ceramic glass.