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Performance days, 08 novembre: conferenza: Making New and Traditional Materials More Sustainable
Posted by Redazione Blumine on 22/09/2017 - 0 commenti - view count: 1131
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Together with his guests, Marco Ricchetti will talk about successful stories of companies that adopted a new thinking. Materials are back in the spotlight, as a pillar of the sustainability revolution, and still the basis for designers creativity. While “the beautiful before the good” remains fashion business main driver, on the other hand, the resources exhaustion and release of harmful chemicals calls for a change of perspective here and now. Solutions are however at hand, the successful practices presented in the conference will tell us about feasible directions.
Be inspired by the vision of a sustainability and circular economy.
 
Panel discussion speakers include:
Lara Delle, Responsible for Materials Ecology &  Member of the CSR Team, Vaude
Elisabetta Bianco, Designer, Maglificio Ripa
Filippo Servalli, Marketing & Sustainability Director, RadiciGroup
 
Presented at:PERFORMANCE DAYS, Munich
Date:Wednesday 08th November 2017
Time:13:45 - 14:45
Location:Presentation Area, Hall 7, 2nd Floor

https://www.performancedays.com/fair/presentations/details/making-new-and-traditional-materials-more-sustainable.html


  
Posted by Redazione Blumine on 22/09/2017
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