Fiera Roma, Fall 2020

2018 Theme: Light and architecture

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ARCHITECT@WORK successfully closes the last edition of Milan and returns in 2019 with a new event for Turin

The Milan event on 14 and 15 November successfully closed the 2018 ARCHITECT@WORK calendar, with 3,885 traders visiting the event over the two days, or 8% more than in 2017.

The next event, scheduled for October next year and important in terms of the north west of Italy’s commitment to innovation in architecture, construction and design, will be held in Turin, on 23 and 24 October 2019. Turin alternates every two years with Rome, which hosts its fourth edition in 2020. In Milan, on the other hand, the annual two-day event is allocated its usual dates in mid-November.

This year, two hundred exhibitors have demonstrated, through the showcasing of their projects and products, what it means to create modern day architecture, finding environment-friendly, versatile and modular solutions, made with materials that are frequently inspired by tradition, but innovating and improving them with new unique features and by using high-performance technologies.

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2018 Seminars

Wednesday 17 October 2018

13:30 Illuminate paradise. Construction of the Museum dell’Opera del Duomo in Florence - 4 CFP
Arch. Adolfo Natalini (Studio Natalini Architetti) and Arch. Massimo Iarussi (Studio Massimo Iarussi)

17:00 Home of Augustus on the Palatine: telling the story with light - 3 CFP
Arch. Carolina De Camillis and Arch. Riccardo Fibbi (Studio De Camillis Fibbi)

Thursday 18 October 2018

13:30 Light and the city - 4 CFP
Arch. Guendalina Salimei (T Studio)

17:00 Light in the industrial age 4.0 - 3 CFP
Arch. Filippo Cannata (Studio Cannata&Partners)

Moderator: Arch. Arianna Callocchia

Professional credits will be allocated upon attending one or more seminars.

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