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Venture Forwards for Ventura Future: Call for Entries

Offering a platform for designers, project and academies to engage with a wide audience at Salone del Mobile, Ventura Future is seeking participants

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Text by Noëlle Gardener

After the success of launching Ventura Future last year at Salone del Mobile which welcomed 45,000 visitors, 82 exhibitors from 30 countries and 18 academies, Ventura is gearing up for the second edition of Ventura Future and they want you!

This new member of the Ventura exhibition series was added to the family with the desire to explore how designers can and are affecting the future. Exploring their visions, ideas innovative concepts and pioneering research the exhibition gathers a range of participants including designers, design studios, institutions, academies, companies and labels.

Located in a key design district in the striker former industrial area, Ex-Ansaldo, the exhibition will be held in close collaboration with the cultural project BASE. It will occupy over 3,500 meters distributed over two floors.

To fill this space, Ventura has extended its application deadline and is looking for innovative and forward-thinking projects that aim to better the world and its future.  Applications are open until January 17, 2019.

To apply click here or visit https://apply.venturaprojects.com/welcome

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