Varese Design Week ‘green’ with Archiverde

Varese spreads artistic culture

Archiverde arrives at the sixth edition of Design Week in Varese. An initiative that returns, after the pandemic break, to stimulate the interest of the citizens of Varese in the world of design and artistic culture.

What we are going to see is a design idea within everyone’s reach and appreciable even by those who usually do not master the subject. A way of beautifying and colouring the city, spreading creativity. Special attention will also be paid to topics such as the environment and inclusion.

From 23 to 26 September 2021, therefore, Varese will come alive with installations, events and speeches, the central theme of which will be ‘the labyrinth’. A young and fresh vision of art will be presented, where the message is rebirth and restart after the labyrinthine chaos we have all been through.

The city’s main squares become a veritable maze of streets, with one installation per stage, giving visitors the feeling of always finding themselves in the same spot, but discovering something new at every step

Pay attention to the details

Archiverde’s participation is realised in the ‘Green Labyrinth’, hosted in the splendid setting of Villa Mirabello at the Estensi Gardens.

The creation has a green soul and fully expresses the company’s renowned dedication to enhancing nature with scenic works.

A path made entirely of bamboo will lead to a sculpture representing femininity and freedom, signed by artist Silvia Cibaldi. An installation that fits perfectly with the theme of the event, but also with the spirit of Varese, also known as the ‘garden city’.

Then, on Saturday 25th of September, Alessandro Ferrario, technical manager of Archiverde, will take part in the round table ‘Financial Education and Sustainability’. Together with other experts in the field, a topic that is as important as it is current will be shared.

It will therefore be a special opportunity to immerse yourself in the culture of design and to discover at first hand the example of an Archiverde design and realisation.

Cesare Zacchetti