After the success of the past few days of the 44th. Arredamont, the National Mountain Furniture Exhibition, is preparing for a resounding second weekend. Amidst marvellous stands and exceptional guests, there will be no shortage of technical insights. Started last 29 October, the historical exhibition in Belluno is scheduled until 6 November.
Well above expectations, the first days of the 44th edition of Arredamont demonstrated an exceptional positive trend. Tomorrow, Friday 4 November, the fair is scheduled to open on weekdays from 2.00 to 7.00 p.m., while on Saturday and Sunday it will be back from 10.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m.
More than 10,000 visitors from all over Italy and abroad were able to admire the splendid displays at this National Mountain Furniture Exhibition. Environments and furnishings that know how to convey the warmth of wood, new and old, that interpret the Alpine style in a refined way, but that also know how to interpret and adapt to a modern context.
Demonstrations and in-depth discussions at the stands continue. From the Italian Upholsterers’ Association with events ranging from natural dyes to ancient decoration techniques with Ennia Visentin, rather than the applied arts with the creative director of Plastic and Silk Fund, Federica Preto. With drapes and tapestries, armchairs and seats that enchant more than ever. And strolling through the aisles of the fair you happen to be attracted, almost captivated, by the rhythmic chimes of the hammer and mallet strokes of the alpine masqueraders who, blow after blow, give birth to true masterpieces.
But home and living well in it is made up of many aspects, including the air we breathe in it. On this, Il Fabbro di Feltre wanted to give us some important information with a conference to be held on Friday at 3 p.m. in the conference centre entitled ‘The importance of air quality and healthiness in indoor environments’. With the intervention of Riccardo Corazza of Alpac, the fundamental role of mechanical ventilation in the design or requalification phase of a building will be discussed. A conference of high educational value recognised with two credits (2 cfp) by the College of Surveyors and the Order of Industrial Technicians of Belluno.
While on Sunday afternoon, again at 3.00 p.m. in the new conference hall on the first floor, the Centre for Training and Safety of Belluno will talk about electrical systems in the recovery of rural buildings with an exemplary case history of off-grid rurality. Professor Pierantonio Gris and director Igor Triches will take the floor, who will also explain what the Casa&Territorio 4.0 System of the Sedico Building School consists of.
Lastly, we would like to remind you that those who stop to recharge their cars at the new electric recharging stations, installed on the road adjacent to the fair, will be entitled to two free entrance passes and will be able to visit Arredamont while waiting to fill up. Further information and details on the programme and how to access the event can be found at www.arredamont.it