Also this year Resstende participated in the Milan Design Week between immersive experiences and engaging initiatives.

Resstende was technical partner of the exhibition ‘The Art of Light‘, curated by Elle Decor Italia, which set up at Palazzo Bovara in Corso Venezia 51 in Milan from 17 to 23 April. An original exhibition-installation and interior design project curated by architect Giuliano Andrea dell’Uva in collaboration with Metis Lighting and Studio Antonio Perazzi.

The intent of ‘The Art of Light‘ was to tell the fundamental role of light within the domestic space. Room after room, the installation at Palazzo Bovara found space for NOVO, the motorized rail for the installation of gathered curtains by Resstende. A silent system with an extremely refined design, excellent for enriching large windows and managing light with elegance and functionality.

The second initiative that saw the involvement of Resstende as a partner was carried out by Theatro, an innovation hub that promotes good architecture, sustainable construction, and well-being in the home. It was a tribute to the architect David Chipperfield, winner of the 2023 Pritzker Architecture Prize. The exhibition ‘Le Procuratie Vecchie in Piazza San Marco‘ will be set up inside the courtyard in via Vigevano 8 in Milan from 18 to 23 April. The exhibition was the story of the intervention that has given new life to the architectural layout of Jacopo Sansovino overlooking Piazza San Marco.

Finally, always as a partner, Resstende took part in the DESIGNIGHT in Milan organized by Medelhan, an exclusive event reserved for the best players in the Real Estate sector with prestigious guests from 5 continents.