BrerArt Milano

During BrerArt, the Contemporary Art Week to be held from 22 until 25 October 2014, Veneta Cucine invites the visitors of the show to visit its “Spazio di Milano” (Space in Milan) in Foro Bonaparte, on the corner of Via Quintino Sella.

Veneta Cucine in Milan is a place of continuous evolution that through its products, events and communication, tells a story about the most innovative aspects of the business and its constant need for research. It is not only a showroom, but a place where one can meet, exchange and share in a city considered the capital of design, contemporary art and fashion. Its 500m2 of floor space and nine display windows were designed by the Marco Piva Studio. They tell how the Veneta Cucine world is able to interpret the comtemporary feel of the kitchen through its collections.

BrerArt showcases 95 museums, public and private institutions, foundations and cultural associations, galleries, historical buildings, showrooms and symbolic places in Brera and Milan, as well as 464 Italian and international artists.
Brera is a historic district of Milan and has always been very active in promoting the city’s cultural activities; an area that is home to the latest trends from around the world of fashion and design and that today, meets with art. The world of Veneta Cucine naturally finds its place in this context, thanks to the ability of the business to always be at the forefront of its sector.