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“Without light and shade and the scenery that it generates, there can no longer be any kind of design: all shapes become flat, resulting in characterless uniformity”
Cersaie’s fourth collective B2B exhibition is inspired by and named after milleluci, the seventies Italian television show famous for its original, ground-breaking format
The exhibition is inspired by the television variety show presented by Mina and Raffaella Carrà in 1974. And just as milleluci consisted of 8 episodes, each with a specific theme, so too the exhibition will be divided into ten thematic sets, each devoted to a specific cinematographic or theatrical genre
Just like previous years’ exhibitions, milleluci will help boost the economy by bringing selected high-end companies into contact with international buyers and a public of professionals constantly in search of new creative ideas
Visitors will find themselves immersed in a variety of scenarios as part of a multisensorial journey, where luminous atmospheres combine with classical forms and different styles to enhance matter, surfaces and product design. They will be catapulted into a famous spy story or an internationally acclaimed musical, a science fiction or horror film, a cartoon or a western
All with special light effects and visually striking scenery
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
Cersaie - Hall 30
Bologna, Exhibition centre
25 - 29 September 2017
opening hours: Mon/Thu 9.00 a.m. - 7.00 p.m.
Fri 9.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.
Bologna City centre
24 - 30 September 2017
opening hours: 9.30 a.m. - 8.00 p.m.