Workshop: “Chengdu Tianfu Sino Italian Culture Innovation District” - Synergies & Cooperation between Sichuan Tianfu New Area, Chinese and Italian Companies.

Date 2019-07-27

Categories News


On 26th in July, Progetto CMR, in cooperation with In3Act, organized, in its new Milan Headquarters, a reception meeting for a delegation from Chengdu Management Committee of Sichuan Tianfu New Area, leaded by DDG Wang Tiangang.


Director Wang introduced the latest development of the Culture Innovation City, a project 61 sqkm large, which includes the “Sino Italian Culture Innovation District” (DSICI).


Align with the official MoU signed between Italian and Chinese Governments, the DSICI development will be “a human scale project with an integrated mix of functions and Italian characteristics. It will be a platform to facilitate business cooperation between Italian and Chinese companies”.


The delegation included also Huayi Chengdu Company representatives. Among them, the Executive Director, Wang Kui introduced the Tianfu International Art Town project (TIAT) progress.


Progetto CMR and In3Act are actually providing consultancy for the positioning and strategic planning of TIAT, according to the above-mentioned guiding principles.


Several Italian companies (Graniti Fiandre, Lualdi, Team Park Project, Unifor/Molteni Group, SPORTIUM) attended to the workshop.


Together with the Chinese counterparts, they analyzed cooperation opportunities and models and they provided their opinion for the project’s development.


Progetto CMR and In3Act are glad of the results reached by the workshop and, in the vision of a holistic and systemic approach, they will continue to promote and facilitate the contribution by further Italian companies with a specific focus towards the broad culture and innovation sectors.


Creative and innovative design (both as art craft and industrial), art, entertainment, tourism and audiovisual production will be the key contents which, together with environmentally friendly construction materials, equipments and furniture, will provide true “Italian characteristics” to DSICI.


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