21 September 2016

MIRAGE @ CERSAIE 2016 | Norr and Nau 2.0 for Italian ports of the future.

From 26 to 30 September, Mirage will be taking part in the third collective b2b exhibition organised by CERSAIE, which this year is inspired by Italian ports.

Cer-SaiL - Italian Style Concept is an exhibition event covering 1500 sq.m. “expressing our vision of an ideal port area: a lively, bustling space where one can sip an aperitif at sunset or dine out with the family, a place for shopping where retail businesses stand side by side with tourist facilities; ports are no longer conceived as transit areas but as charming year-round venues and hubs for alternative housing development.” (www.cersaie.it)

Curated by Angelo dall’Aglio and Davide Vercelli, Cer-SaiL - Italian Style Concept will present a new concept aiming to requalify and enhance Italian tourist ports inspired by classic large ports, like Anzio or Carthage, places of trade and cultural exchange. 

“We reconstructed a kind of marine agora” - Angelo Dall'Aglio says – “a square with a lighthouse in the middle: a real and metaphorical landmark for the creation of new common spaces for meetings and exchanges, be them cultural or commercial, taking of course into account also the restaurants.”

The port at Cer-Sail - Italian Style Concept is therefore a creative exchange of design and technology, you can find the meeting of many Italian products and companies coming from different sectors: from fashion to ceramics, from furniture to surfaces, from sports equipment to bathroom furniture, up to food, cosmetics, textiles. In this creative melting pot, Mirage will be offering its outdoor flooring solutions from its 20 mm thick Norr and Nau2.0 collections.


The 1500 sq.m. Cer-Sail - Italian Style Concept exhibition will therefore be showing off the best in Italian Style, design and production, set against this charming backdrop at the Bologna Exhibition Centre, Hall 30 at the CERSAIE International Exhibition of Ceramic Tile and Bathroom Furnishings from 26 to 30 September 2016.