Materially NOW
Materially welcomes you at Materially NOW, our Milano Design Week 2024 event, focusing on how research, industry, and responsibility are reshaping the present to build the future of design.

Materially NOW is more than just an exhibition - the agora of materials will host a calendar of events and presentations featuring the individual materials on display, as well as broad-ranging panel talks introducing key players from the research and manufacturing sectors in the materials industry.  

Don't miss the opportunity to participate and meet the extraordinary group of companies at Materially NOW - Superstudio Più, from April 16th to 21st.

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