Il Salotto di Milano, the concept born to create an international profile format of a selection from the best Made in Italy, is one year old.
The debut on the 3rd floor of Via della Spiga results that were too hoped for so much brands so that in order to open the doors to new guests and therefore to new and exciting projects and proposals, it decided to change location as it had become too narrow to offer a service quality and comfort for visitors. From September 15th, Il Salotto di Milano moves to Corso Venezia 7, where a space of 900 square meters and a panoramic terrace will be able to host new brands and give more space to those who, since last year, have made this reality come true.
Danilo Cascella with his D-Table, the luxury multitouch design table with an all-Italian taste, will continue to be present as a top brand within the space. This season the Designer will present the top of the range model, it will be the D-Square to be admired in its Gold version.
Danilo Cascella with his project D-Table wants to underline and join the very important theme of Sustainability.
In fact, thanks to the numerous market analyzes of the last few years and the various awareness campaigns, many companies in the fashion, design and retail sectors have begun to wink at the theme of Sustainability through strategies aimed at improving the current situation. Verification of the existence of possible solutions able to intervene in the problem such as, for example, the use of products that can prevent us from using paper and plastic, which can be an interactive multimedia product. The optimization of the time used in the work with the elimination of the waste of materials that are no longer indispensable that help to improve the quality of the service and professional life of every single individual or group activity. This is why the sustainable product also becomes a luxury object: a market target for those consumers with a particular purchasing power who want to identify themselves in a specific social status and who look for high quality, durability and added value in a product which makes it exclusive. Luxury and sustainability can and must therefore converge, a product that lasts longer turns out to be sustainable and this vision can make companies intervene on production processes by changing their core business standards, while offering an ecofriendly concept to the consumer.