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During the Fuorisalone 2019 Ventura Future will be from 9 to 14 April at the BASE spaces (via Bergognone 34) in the Tortona area.

I am super proud to tell you that this year I will be again among the media partners of Ventura Future and Ventura Centrale!

I will give you news and previews, and during the Fuorisalone I will take you with me with new contents and special effects!


As every year, Ventura will show the best contemporary, revolutionary, innovative and ground-breaking design focused on future visions.

Are you a designer and do you have an innovative project? Ventura Future is looking for you!

Until December 5 you can enter with your best works for the 2019 edition. Ventura Future is open to designers, institutions, academies, companies and labels that have innovative ideas.

There are different exhibition possibilities with small fees – Ventura has abandoned Lambrate right to keep prices low for young designers!
Ventura Future 2019 will occupy 3500 square metres over two floors, a very important opportunity for young designer to show their work.

BASE. Photo Maria Teresa Furnari.

Please note that Ventura (which includes Ventura Future and Ventura Centrale) is the only event of the entire Fuorisalone to have a curator. Margriet Vollenberg with her team every year does an incredible job in order to show only the best of contemporary design and the most innovative experiments.

This high quality also guarantees a very high quality of public. Here you can find not only the designers of tomorrow, but it is also the place where young designer can show their works!

“Ventura Projects has really given a boost to my career. I have participated in Ventura Dubai, Ventura New York and in 2018 during Ventura Future in Milan I’ve been spotted by Nike. Now I’m working on an exclusive event for Nike headquarters. Ventura Projects definitely means meeting the right people!” Jasper Udink ten Cate, Creative Chef


More information: www.venturaprojects.com and [email protected]


Cover photo Claudio Grassi