Abet Laminati is attending Boutique Design New York for the first time. This event connects the most inventive manufacturers and the most influential design minds in the hospitality’s boutique and lifestyle segment in the United States, Canada and Europe. The booth has been designed in order to present the New Collection. A big wall realized using … Read more
To celebrate Alessandro Mendini and the 25 years since its opening, the Groninger Museum will host an exhibition dedicated to the Italian designer on show from 12 October 2019 through 5 May 2020. Mondo Mendini – The World of Alessandro Mendini is an exhibition originally designed by Mendini including more than 200 pieces. Among them, … Read more
Abet Digital laminates selected by Simone Micheli for “24h Spa-Lounge” at Sia Hospitality Design 2019. 24h Spa-Lounge it qualifies as a high-definition, clear place; it is also characterized by the will to offer a glimpse of the future inside the contemporary wellness industry, through an avant-garde and thrilling insight, showing how wellness and hospitality are inextricably linked. A … Read more
Located in the heart of Europe, near one of the fastest growing cities in the region, Warsaw Home is an international interior design fair. Undoubtedly, this is the biggest fair of this type in Central and Eastern Europe that connects designers, architects, manufacturers, distributors, and customers. This is a very unique opportunity to showcase products, … Read more
From 15 to 18 October, Abet Laminati will be exhibiting at SICAM, the fair dedicated to components, semi-finished products and accessories for the furniture industry. Taking place in Pordenone, Italy, this has become an important event for architects, specifiers and decision-makers working in the building industry from both Italy and abroad. Situated on stand C4 … Read more
Abet Laminati in collaboration with Camp Design Gallery, is attending Design Miami/ Basel, from 11 to 16 June, with the collection Three characters in the second act: The Royal Family designed by British architect Adam Nathaniel Furman.