Officina39, a chemical company with a 30-year experience in research and chemical application in textiles, was part of the third edition of CirculART.
CirculART is an initiative that sees companies, artists and fashion designers working together with Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto to show how new balanced forms of production, design and sharing can be explored through a careful choice of materials and of sustainable supply chains.
The key concepts underpinning this project are reducing the consumption of raw materials, reusing raw materials, and recycling. CirculART proposes a new link between fashion and art, engaging both in a conscious and innovative combination of sustainability, sensitivity, beauty and union.The project links territory and production factories, bringing together actors from the different sectors making up the textile supply chain that work on the basis of a circular economy with companies that have chosen to embrace the ideal of sustainability and develop an innovative and avant-garde business model.
CirculART benefits from the active participation of several companies of excellence operating in the field of sustainable fashion. Among these are Achille Pinto, manufacturer of textiles and textile accessories for international fashion brands, Albini, Europe’s largest manufacturer of cotton fabrics for shirts and Erica IndustriaTessile, a leading company in the creation of textile prints, original and customised designs.