Euroluce Infographic – The Illuminating Facts & Figures
The heyday for for design lovers are right in front of us. The famous design exhibition Salone del Mobile is imminent. One part of the Salone that we are eagerly awaiting is the Euroluce exhibition. The Euroluce exhibition is held every two years in synergy with the Salone. See how the event’s popularity has exploded since its beginning in 1976. We made a little visualization for you…
Global point of design reference
The Euroluce exhibition is the premier event in the industry of design lighting. This year the event reaches its 27th edition. Euroluce serves as a stage to showcase the new lighting developments and designs. Last year the Euroluce event welcomed more than 300 000 visitors from all corners of the world. The home sector is booming. The numbers speak for themselves.
The Illuminating Facts & Figures
During the Milan Design Week, Euroluce is host for about 450 exhibitors while the size of the exhibiton area is more than 40 000 square meters big. That’s about equal to the size of 8 football fields. That’s a rather big event indeed. Check out the illuminating facts & figures infographic about Euroluce and see how the event has risen throughout the years.
Where and when is Euroluce held?
The organizers strategically located the Euroluce event in 4 pavilions (9-11 and 13-15) between the Porta Ovest and Porta Sud (West and South Gates). The Salone lasts from the 9th until the 14th of April 2013. Be sure to highlight those dates in your agenda.
More information about Euroluce and the Salone can be found on the official Cosmit website. Ticket prices start from € 20 for professionals. During the weekend (13th-14th of April) the general public can visit the event. You pay € 36 for a public ticket for two.
#Euroluce for all the Twitter yelling
Did the Euroluce Infographic get you excited for the event? Then be sure to follow the iSaloni on Twitter via @iSaloniofficial for the latest updates. Use the #Euroluce hashtag on Twitter if you want your shouts to be picked up by the big public.
Don’t miss out on Euroluce updates
If the coming days and weeks we’ll keep our eyes peeled for updates and news about Euroluce. Keep in touch with our blog if you don’t want to miss out on anything. And by the way, sharing our Euroluce Infographic would totally light up our world! ;)
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