Manerba – A Place to Live!
On the occasion of Milano Design City, an initiative dedicated to the culture of design and innovation, with particular attention to sustainability and the circular economy in the product design sector, we will reopen the doors of our showroom in Via Melzo 7, to present finally live our 2020 novelties to customers, designers, journalists and professionals.
In the new setting, developed by Federica Biasi, “A Place to Live”, complying with all safety regulations, from 1st to 10th of October it will be possible to see and touch the new system of tables, sofas and alcove-seats “Kokoro”, the collection of “Hinoki” partitions and screens and “Easy” chair, all designed by Federica Biasi, in addition to “Amis” social table designed by the trio of designers Busetti Garuti Redaelli (Manuela Busetti, Andrea Garuti and Matteo Redaelli).
Stem, Amis and Easy in FSC green itinerary
Some of our collections in the showroom in Via Melzo 7 will be a stop of the “environmental sustainability” itinerary organized by FSC (Forest Stewardship Council®), the international non-governmental organization that promotes the protection and responsible management of forest heritage.
The ecological soul of Stem, Amis and Easy, all made with wood coming from forests managed in a correct and responsible manner according to rigorous environmental, social and economic standards, can be touched during the days of the Milano Design City (every day from 1st to 10th of October).
Undecided at “Le Vie del Compasso d’Oro” from 10 September to 31 January 2021
Manerba joins the fourth edition of the “Le Vie del Compasso d’Oro” itinerary with the “Undecided” modular seating system, designed by Raffaella Mangiarotti and Ilkka Suppanen selected for the ADI Index 2019.
It will be possible to discover and try the “Undecided” collection from 10 September 2020 to 31 January 2021 at our showroom in Porta Venezia, in Via Melzo 7, on the third floor of Palazzo Jannelli & Volpi.
The “Undecided” system, coloured and light, welcomes people in comfort and tranquility. Informal but elegant, it is designed to meet the new needs of constantly redefined workspaces thanks to the transversal nature, modularity, sound absorption, infinite choices and colour combinations that help define and characterize environments.
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