In Rome for the ArchitectsParty

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  • Three days, 10 architectural firms and as many appointments: this is the setting for the Roman stage of ArchitectsParty 2016 organized by Towant © Alessandro Poggi Fotografia
  •  © Gaetano Giambusso
  •  © Adriano De Francesco
  •  © Alessandro Poggi Fotografia
  •   © Adriano De Francesco
  •   © Adriano De Francesco

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3 NOV 2016
A three-day event during which you can encounter Rome’s architectural firms, among various players and projects, at the last ArchitectsParty 2016 event in Italy, before it transfers to London

Today marks the fifth and final Italian leg of ArchitectsParty, the traveling event that opens the doors of the major architectural firms. It is an unmissable opportunity to meet experts, visit exclusive locations and talk about projects in a friendly atmosphere spread across three evenings (until 4 November), with a total of ten aperitifs.

The following Roman firms are involved in this edition’s initiative: BB1 Architettura and LPA (Wednesday 2); COMES DEL GALLO architetti, ITA 2A Architettura, luoghiCOMUNI and Westway ARCHITECTS (Thursday 3); ArchEnjoy STUDIO, IDEA Architecture & Consulting, mob architects and S + A (Friday 4).  

These ten industry players will also be in competing for the ArchitectsParty Awards 2016: the task of judging the best party in the initiative lies with the participants at the evenings, who can directly vote online on the Towant website, the agency organizing the event (www.towant.eu).

Many designer brands, chosen as partners for the event, will also be present, including Agape, Cesar, Corà Legnami, Dornbracht, Effegibi, Electrolux, Essequattro+Nero3, Flos, Kaldewei, Moroso, Rubelli, Sedus and Tubes.

Rome is the last ArchitectsParty destination in Italy, following Turin, Milan, Venice and Florence, which hosted the same event between March and October.
The initiative will also travel abroad with two European stops: London (8-9 November) and Amsterdam+Rottedam (29-30 November and 1-2 December).

 

 

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