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Famous bathrooms

     

the exhibition and event

Famous bathrooms, Cersaie's sixth B2B theme exhibition is a transversal, multiproducts and with an added high value event dedicated this year to the international design excellences.

The aim is to create a new exhibition format that combines the distinctive characteristics of an art gallery - a small number of products displayed with a high degree of visibility in each set - with those of a B2B exhibition.

the concept

In an iconic journey freely inspired by bathrooms, the exhibit spotlights design products in a conceptual art gallery.


Visitors will find themselves immersed in a higly imaginative itinerary through sensory input and visually striking settings.

the sets


Small but precious thematic sets characterized by sophisticated and iconic ambiences will give leading international companies the opportunity to meet designers, architects and professionals from the building design world and the contract furnishings sector.

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where and when

Cersaie - Hall 30
Bologna, Exhibition centre
23 - 27 September 2019
opening hours: Mon/Thu 9.00 a.m. - 7.00 p.m.
Fri 9.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.

Galleria Cavour
Bologna City Centre
22 - 28 September 2019
opening hours: 9.30 a.m. - 8.00 p.m.

the curators

Angelo Dall'Aglio born in Bologna in 1969, he graduated in architecture - industrial and interior design at the Politecnico of Milan; from 2015 he is a manager at Promos srl, the Cersaie show management

Davide Vercelli born in Varallo (Vc) in 1966, he graduated in engineering at the Politecnico of Turin; designer and art director, he received two mentions for the Compasso d'oro and fancy international awards:Design Plus, the International Design Awards and the Good Design Award www.davidevercelli.it 

credits

exhibit promoted by:  BolognaFiere  Logo Edi.Cer. spa  Logo Promos srl

organized by:  Logo Promos srl

set up:    

project by Angelo dall’Aglio and Davide Vercelli

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