Milan Design Week ended a few days ago, during which the city was once again the protagonist of many events related to trends in the world of design.
In the splendid setting of Via San Calimero (where MM Design studio is based), designers, architects, entrepreneurs, consultants and design sympathizers met to discuss sustainability and creativity, as part of the cycle of Interferenze debates, created in 2018 by MM Design and Signo.
Speeches were made by Carol Monticelli, professor at the Polytechnic of Milan, and by Alessandro Garofalo, physicist and consultant for prestigious innovation companies. These launched interesting ideas on a new idea of the future.
On this occasion, MM Design, in conjunction with Palbox, presented Wormy: a compost bin made from second generation plastic; an example of a circular economy project.
Also on the subject of sustainability, Signo, a section of MM Design dedicated to architecture, launched their Virtual Tour: an innovative digital promotion system for architecture, companies and products.
The pleasant evening ended in an immersion of flavors and tastes, demonstrating the excellence in food and wine from different Italian regions, made possible by the generous participation of some important companies in the food and wine sector.