Vari-Form today announced the signing of a joint venture agreement with EMARC SpA of Piemonte, Italy. The new agreement increases manufacturing footprints for Vari-Form in Europe and EMARC in North America.   Going forward, both companies will offer locally-available advanced technologies – hydroforming, roll forming and aluminum stretch ben...

Castiglione della Pescaia, in Tuscany, is the Italian seaside destination with the best tourist offering in terms of quality and environmental sustainability. The ranking is published every year by the "Blue Guide" of Legambiente (Italy's largest environmental group), in collaboration with the Italian Touring Club, which for 2015 awarded the T...

  WTI Magazine #79    2016 May 13Author : Giovanni Verde      Translation by:   An extraordinarily important figure in the history of Italian enterprise, Adriano Olivetti is the architect of a unique and revolutionary business model, which has combined technological progress with richness of the human community. Engineer and entrepreneur, his mu...

Il Politecnico di Torino e il Mit di Boston hanno sviluppato un'interfaccia indossabile che potrà trovare applicazioni nell'industria, nella medicina e nella realtà virtuale. Il controller riesce ad autoalimentarsi grazie all'energia elettrica generata dal movimento delle dita e i componenti tecnologici sono integrati nel suo supporto tessile. &nb...

Sarà il fatto di essere cresciuta nell'era dei giochi transformer ad averla condizionata. Alexandra Alberta Chiolo, 27enne torinese con occhi grandi e dolci ha studiato scienze della comunicazione come molte delle sue coetanee ma poi non ha resistito all'idea di realizzare quello che le balenava in mente: scarpe da moderna principessa tutte componi...

by Chiara Beghelli   Embroidery is a veritable art form, and a very ancient one: the earliest examples of embroidered cloths apparently date back to Ancient Egypt. An art that is not restricted to kindly grandmothers – or women, for that matter.   A young (male) medical student from Milan cut his university studies short, in the...

by Claudia Baroncelli   From the North to the South, Italy has plenty of colorful and picturesque vicoli (alleys) just waiting to be discovered. Here is a selection of the most beautiful. Narrow and often hidden from view, Italian vicoli (alleys) are some of the most typical, picturesque and colorful examples of urban architecture which...

by Claudia Astarita   The European Commission has recently approved the 2014-2020 Operative National Programme devoted to 14 metropolitan Italian cities. The main goals the intervention pursues are in the field of digital agenda, energetic efficiency, sustainable mobility and social inclusion.   The targeted cities are located in the...

Italy is famous the world over for its wines, so even if you are not a serious wine enthusiast you will surely appreciate the beautiful scenery and tradition of a trip through the fine producing wine regions of Italia! Almost every region in Italy produces wine. In fact, Italy claims 20 major growing regions, including the islands of Sicily and Sar...

WTI Magazine #58    2015 April, 17Author : Italia.it      Translation by:   The Langhe and Roero district of Italy make for one of the most charming landscapes in the Region of Piedmont. Think rolling hills, quaint villages struck on cliffs, and prized vineyards and gastronomic traditions. For food and wine lovers this area is the height of excel...