Mini Fair of Italian brands was held yesterday in Ušće Shopping Center, which was the partner of the event, and visitors had the opportunity to learn about the excellence of Italian design. A fun mini-musical program with cheerful animation Belgrade mimes was organised, DJ Selecter performed during the day, and from Venice came a mini concert “Volare in three ways,” which was announced by Italian Ambassador H E Giuseppe Manzo who, on that occasion presented Children’s Cultural Center Choire from Belgrade.
Pianist and singer Nataša Račić and Aleksandar Alivojvodić (soprano) performed with piano accompaniment by Nemanja Nikolić. Initiative in Belgrade was supported by FCA brands, Piaggio, Natuzzi, Chicco, Monini, Rio Mare, PensareCasa, IDP – Industria e Divani Poltrone, Atlas and Moreno coffee. Within the framework of Italian design in Belgrade, organised by the Italian Embassy and the Italian Cultural Institute, there was a round table “#Individua #Tehnologija # Society” organised in Mikser House, place in the Serbian capital which is a symbol of the development of new creative talents. Italian Ambassador H E Giuseppe Manzo opened it, and this event featured Italian architect Niccola di Battista, director of the Domus magazine, which deals with the theme of the relationship between the individual, society and the place of residence, along with other speakers: architect Vladimir Lojanica, fashion designer Dragana Ognjenović, industrial designer Marko Luković and architect Zoran Đukanović in the role of moderator.