Last year we celebrated our first seventy years and with them the work of three generations that made Vismaravetro the referenced company in the tempered glass shower enclosure segment.
We have decided to celebrate them, but in our own way; looking ahead as you look at a new story, new goals, new markets, a new world.
We started the festivities involving the journalists of the sector that follow us, they know us and appreciate us for years.
We have therefore developed something peculiar for a company: something that is not a product. Involving Matteo Ragni, a Milanese designer, we "had fun" experimenting on the decorations for the shower enclosures. The result was a spontaneous search around a pattern that recalls the most classic decorations of Italianism
The celebrations then continued with a series of meetings dedicated to professionals, students and operators in various sectors: furniture, bathroom furnishings, architecture and design. The focus of these events was dedicated to innovation in the home and bathroom with a particular focus on the evolution of materials and styles in the coming years. The first of these evenings was held in June and had as guest Arch. Alfonso Femìa.
The second one, held in October, had as guests the arch. Davide Crippa, researcher and professional with interdisciplinary skills; Arch. Matteo Ragni, designer and art director and Prof. Arch. Francesco Scullica, professor of the Milan Polytechnic.
In late summer we organized a party dedicated to the people who work in Vismaravetro and their families. The party for the (first) 70 years of Vismaravetro was like a family party, the ours.
Finally we wanted to thank our most loyal customers for helping to make us one of the leading companies in the bathroom furniture market in Italy and in the world. Because it is also thanks to them if we have arrived where we are now!
What will we do now?
We want to look forward! Look to the next seventy years, because the past is the best prerequisite for designing what is not yet there.
Because inventing the future, besides being indispensable, is also much more fun than reliving the present itself forever.