Once again in 2023, Haute Material will be at Milan Design Week, opening up to visitors of the Fuorisalone with an outdoor installation in the evocative Torre Gorani square, in the Design District 5VIE.

From 18 to 23 April, a dedicated itinerary will accompany us to discover the world of Haute Material through the theme of perception. This year an interaction with space, material and its shapes will in fact be made possible through different points of view, investigating the themes of perspective and anamorphosis.

In addition to the outdoor exhibition “Percezioni”, our showroom will be open to the public from 10:00 to 20:00, for free visits both to our material library on the ground floor and to the modular space set up on the first floor.

During Design Week, there will be both convivial moments and talks about the “Perception of space” theme, with a constantly updated calendar of events, organized by Gerardo Monizza:

Wednesday 19
4:00 PM – Roberto Mutti “Lo spazio nell’immagine”
5:00 PM – Stefano Croci “Lo spazio nella forma”
5:30 PM – Ugo La Pietra “Lo spazio inventato”
6:30 PM – “Crampo urbano. Una storia fantartistica. Percezione errata dello spazio” (Gerardo Monizza: narrator – Alfredo Ferrario: clarinet)

Thursday 20
4:00 PM – Stefano De Luca “Lo spazio nella scena”
5:00 PM – Marco Ballabio “Lo spazio nella cornice”

Friday 21
4:00 PM – Antonio Citterio “Lo spazio da riempire”
5:00 PM – Ado Franchini “Lo spazio razionalista”

Saturday 22
4:00 PM – Tiziano Casartelli “Lo spazio del design”
5:30 PM – Stefano Lamon “Lo spazio nella musica”
After sunset – Fabius Constable & The Harpbeat Orchestra “Lo spazio dei suoni”

Architects, interior designers and industry professionals can also arrange dedicated appointments by writing to

Special thanks to Schena Arte Marmo , Ma.PiIntrecciRenner e Mapei for their support in setting up “Percezioni”.

The entrance to Haute Material LAB is located within the new Torre Gorani area (–> Google Maps) – behind Corso Magenta – which can be accessed from Via Brisa or Via Gorani, and can also be easily reached on foot from the Cairoli (M1), Cordusio (M1) or Cadorna (M1, M2) stops.

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