DESIGN Salone2018

Inhabits: a huge success in figures

Apr 27, 2018 admin

At the Fuorisalone, Inhabits, Design Diffusion’s design city, recorded hundreds of thousands of visitors, over 50 exhibitors and 80 speakers on the 10,000 square meters in the city center

The most surprising event during Milan Design Week 2018 was Inhabits, which, from 17 to 22 April, enlivened piazza Castello and received hundreds of thousands of visitors, including enthusiasts, curious people and professionals. The call to find out how the houses and cities of the near future will be was irresistible.

  All’ingresso di Inhabits, installazione di Piuarch: luci a LED per le piante e ‘palloni’ che facevano volare alta l’immaginazione sul futuro

The great event, organized by DDN, in collaboration with Killer Kiccen and Unconventional Events, entailed the creation of a 10,000 m2 design city in the city center, equipped with residential spaces, structures for business and hospitality, for wellness and catering. It was possible to enter all the House Units, which were an extraordinary focus of attraction: sustainable and mobile, they were an invitation to project oneself into new ways of living, both individual and collective, thanks to the collaboration of more than 50 exhibitors.

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Also the visionary installations and the brands working in technological innovation raised great interest. All of which was masterfully spiced up by the chefs’ live performances, by the food trucks with high-quality food and by the stage that, thanks to the dozens of DJs succeeding one another, offered music entertainment to everyone until late at night! The Speech Arena hosted 30 very successful Talks in which 80 speakers took part.

Sounds, attractions visible from afar and the flow of people entering Inhabits attracted more people, in an engaging and open event. The appointment withInhabits 2019 that, during Milan’s Fuorisalone, will be back to attract all the people of the Design Week has already been announced. Stay tuned!

[Photo David Lenaz]