‘Project and materials: new challenges for the sustainable recovery of the Made in Italy’ is the theme of the 2021 edition of the Italian Design Day, promoted by the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
On 8 July, the day chosen to celebrate Italian Design Day around the world, the Italian Cultural Institute in Helsinki hosts a meeting with the architect Cristiana Cutrona in conversation with Professor Antonio Sciacovelli of the University of Turku.
Founding partner of Revalue, a company that applies innovative intervention strategies for workspaces, Cristiana Cutrona created Revalue driven by the idea of combining service excellence with architecture, innovation, creativity and effective and winning intervention strategies.
Design has been my profession since 1992, and it has also been my passion since childhood. My role? To unite and inspire talents. My style? Poetry and practicality, determination and innovation, as only female brilliance can express. – Cutrona emphasizes. – My name and that of Revalue are linked to the application of innovative intervention strategies for workspaces. So far we have measured ourselves in the tertiary, hospitality, residential and commercial sectors. Our research extends to every field of the physical environment.
In 2017 the architect was curator of Workplace 3.0, the official event of the Office Hall within the Salone del Mobile, outlining the new visions for the office of the future, ‘A Joyful Sense at Work’.
The meeting takes place online via the Zoom platform.
For more information and to book the event, you can consult iichelsinki.esteri.it