Homi Gennaio 2023: the novelties of home décor

Homi gennaio 2023

Homi gennaio 2023
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Homi Gennaio 2023, the trade fair event dedicated to home décor and living trends, turns the spotlights from 26 to 29 January at Fieramilano Rho. A new edition full of appointments and new proposals that involves over 500 brands, of which 40% arriving from abroad. In particular from 28 countries where France, Spain, Germany, Holland and the United Kingdom stand out.
A wide offer that ranges from decorations, to table and kitchen accessories, textiles and fragrances, up to gift items, to offer every visitor ideas, suggestions but also opportunities for discussion in the name of craftsmanship for living contemporary.

Homi Gennaio 2023: two innovative installations

Among the novelties of this year “A Vista d’Uomo” and “Skyline”, two installations that host particular objects under the outlines of Milanese symbols. An innovative project designed following the theme of the trade fair appointment, which combines made in Italy, sustainability and creativity, highlights products dedicated to home furnishings and decoration. “These are two Imposing spaces, suspended three meters above the ground and with a height ranging from 8 to 15 meters and a weight of 3.4 tons – as underlined by the author of the concept Adolfo Carrara – created thinking about the transversal coexistence of worlds different – industry, craftsmanship, technology, design and decoration”.

Recovery and recycling materials

The aim of the project is to highlight the products dedicated to furnishing and decorating the home. And placing them in the context of Milan is a precise choice, which connects the products and projects of Homi Gennaio 2023 https://www.homimilano.com/ with the city’s role as an economic, financial and design catalyst. The installations represent the centrality of Milan, in the past (represented by the silhouette of the Duomo) as in the future (the skyline of the most modern Milanese skyscrapers).
Protagonists of the first space Busatti, Best Tie, Descamps, Fos Ceramiche, My Style Home, Plumex, Rivolta Carmignani, Royal Sicily, Seletti, Uchino. While the second installation will host the collections of Baci Milano, Bassetti by Zucchi Group, Borbonese by Tessitura Randi, Lanerossi Lab, Martinelli Ginetto Group, Vossen, as well as some pieces from the molds of the Zucchi Museum.
Both installations in Homi Gennaio 2023 were made using recovered and recycled materials supplied by Italian textile companies.
Over 200,000 meters of selvedges and textile ribbons were used which, thanks to the manual intervention of Italian craftsmen, upholsterers and fitters, gave shape to these imposing shapes which also represent the centrality of Milan, paying homage to a city in continuous progress.