03 October, 2020 - 5pm
Interni Meeting Point, Istituto Marangoni, via Cerva 24, Milano

Food & Beverage is certainly the sector that most of all has undergone great changes and evolutions in recent years. And now the last challenge, due to the health emergency. From the strategies of large distribution and e-commerce to a renewed relationship with the territory, from the alchemy of five-star cuisine to dark kitchens, we will take stock of how this world is changing, also passing through design trends: from lunches on the terrace and in the street to the new waiting areas for a quick drink and take-away orders. Evolution that confirms a growing attention to food quality, increasingly connected to well-being and health, environmental protection and the reduction of food waste.

Moderator Patrizia Catalano, journalist

The talk was produced with the support of Acqua Chiarella


Fabio Pisani, chef and owner Il Luogo di Aimo e Nadia - Ph. Paolo Terzi
Together with Alessandro Negrini, he is the chef patron of Il posto di Aimo e Nadia. Born in 1978, originally from Molfetta (Bari), where he graduated as a cook, he has worked in major European maison: in Paris at the Grand Vefour, in London at the Waterside Inn, in Canneto sull’Oglio at the Dal Pescatore restaurant. In 2005 he arrived at Il Posto di Aimo e Nadia. He deals with consultancy in catering and is a Master Chef in professional cooking schools. In 2014 he was awarded by Identità Golose, together with Alessandro Negrini, as "Best Chef". In the same year Il posto di Aimo e Nadia becomes part of the Relais & Chateaux association thanks to the contribution of Fabio and Alessandro and in 2016 in the prestigious Les Grandes Tables du Monde. In 2018, together with Alessandro Negrini and Stefania Moroni, former partners of Il Luogo, two important new projects: Aimo and Nadia Bistro, in Via Bandello 14 and Voce Aimo and Nadia, gourmet restaurant, café and bookshop in Piazza della Scala in Milan

Valentina Moretti, architect, Holding Terra Moretti
Architect, More founder, Moretti SpA vice president, Personnel Policies Manager Holding Terra Moretti. After her degree at Accademia of Architecture in Mendrisio and working experiences with Mario Botta (Switzerland) and Richard Meier (NY), Valentina joins the family business creating More. A revolutionary process that aims to ensure wideaccessibility to architecture, by being the sole customer contact for the design and the construction of contemporary buildings with a turnkey service and innovative prefab systems. Over years, Valentina develops also interiors projects for private and public spaces and the interior design service is now integral part of More services. Landscape protection, innovation, sustainability and safety are some of the values that lead the commitment of Valentina as architect and as manager in the family Holding, Terra Moretti.

Lorenzo Palmeri, architect and designer - Ph. Virginia Bettoja
Areas of activity range from architecture, interior and product design ( guitars, lamps, vases, tables, chocolates), art direction, teaching (since 1997) to musical production and composition. Among his teachers Bruno Munari and Isao Hosoe with whom he collaborated for several years. As art director has followed various projects and business routes Among his clients: Fumagalli componenti, Valenti Luce, Arthemagroup, Korg, Noah guitar, Garofoli, Andreoli, Guzzini, Invicta, Upgroup, Caffè River, De Vecchi, Nissan, Feltrinelli, Napapijri, Pandora Design, Lavazza, Corvasce, Danese, Caimi Brevetti, DeVorm, Valcucine, Ernst Knam. Stone Italiana, Dornbracht, ECO-oh!, Vicentina Marmi, Acqua Chiarella. His projects won numerous international prizes. In 2017 he was nominated as "Italian Design Ambassador" for the “Italian Design Day”.

Claudio Saverino, architect, Vudafieri - Saverino Partners - Ph. Diego Rigatti
Born in Milan in 1965, he worked as a scenographer and advertising and publishing graphic designer. He studied Architecture at the University of Milan (Politecnico di Milano) and at the University of La Cambre in Brussels, and graduated in 1992 with a thesis on urban planning analysis on Arab cities in the Maghreb. From 1992 to 1998 he collaborated with Studio Francesco Soro as project leader in important public and private architecture works and in product design projects for De Padova, ICF, Cassina. In 1999 he consolidated his partnership with Tiziano Vudafieri, founding Vudafieri-Saverino Partners studio.