Now in its second edition, the Space & Interiors exhibition will focus on contemporary design trends for home interiors. Here, solutions such as finishes, materials and windows by a range of manufacturers will be exhibited.
It will take place from 4 to 8 April 2017, alongside the annual furnishing and design event Salone del Mobile.
The Absolute Lightness exhibit, created by Migliore+Servetto Architects, will showcase how different manufacturers incorporate the concept of weightlessness into products.
The architects' exhibition will be split into three sections across the hall. One will occupy the central promenade, where long white tables will allow visitors to explore contents and products via an interactive app.
A second, more visual section will feature quotes, photography and illustrations, while on the upper level projections and lighting will jut out over the tables below.
Aisles between the tables will be highlighted by huge, round hovering projections and thin lines of light, to emphasise the significance of transitions.
"We have created a narrative space to highlight the stated theme of lightness, which has traditionally been a focus of architecture and, generally speaking, of projects that draw significance from materials and spaces," architects Ico Migliore and Mara Servetto explained.
Another exhibit named La Luce del Marmo, which is promoted by the Internazionale Marmi e Macchine Carrare SpA, will focus on three themes: Carrara marble, lightness and light.
This exhibition will feature three different but integrated areas, including a commercial trade show and a space to accommodate private business meetings. A more immersive area will house a dynamic installation spotlighting the characteristics and qualities of individual products.
Meetings and workshops will also take place, while a lounge area will host Archicocktails evenings with special guests, including Fabio Novembre, Luca Molinari, Carlo Lazzarini, Carl Pickering, Alfonso Femia, Carla Baratelli, Fabio Rotella and Duccio Grassi.
For further details, visit the Space & Interiors website.