Pin Idea in every room in via Tortona 31 let visitors ‘copy’ the looks and buy the products online on Archiproducts
Pinterest comes to Archiproducts Milano for 2021 Milan Design Week. Anyone looking for inspiration can come to via Tortona 31 to enjoy a total Phygital experience. Pincodes in every room let visitors access information about the products on display, which can also be purchased on the Archiproducts platform.
Let’s get Phygital!
Archiproducts Milano imagines the space of the future in this year’s project/installation entitled Future Habit(at). The “future of living” is an important topic for the retail world with a furniture sector showing a marked shift towards e-commerce. Does this mean that the physical store will disappear? Archiproducts wanted to respond by exploring the potential of a more “phygital” customer experience – in collaboration with Pinterest, the world’s leading visual discovery engine for anyone looking for inspiration.
Each of the fifteen rooms in Via Tortona 31 will be outfitted with Pinterest’s personalized Pincodes that visitors can use to discover the new exhibit – room by room, product by product.
How will interaction with Pinterest work? Visitors open the Pinterest app on their devices and scan the Pincode using the camera displayed in the app’s search bar. They then access the board dedicated to the Pin Ideas for that room. This is one of Pinterest’s latest innovations. Pin Ideas are a new kind of multi-page Pin that allows creators to share inspirational content in an exciting and immersive way through videos, images, descriptions and more. Each Pin Idea provides all the information about the products on display in the room. In just a few clicks, users can shop on Archiproducts and “copy the look”. Archiproducts Milano 2021 – Future Habit(at) – PincodeCreated in collaboration with Studio Salaris and 60 international brands, this year’s Archiproducts Milano installation was created with the desire to anticipate scenarios that interpret future lifestyles. The keywords for this new edition are technology – increasingly silent and devoid of traditional interfaces – and cocoon spaces – opportunities for shared intimacy.
Collaboration with Pinterest – the visual discovery engine with over 450 million monthly visitors and million Home Décor, Design and Architecture searches every month – is one of the many initiatives promoted by Archiproducts Milano this year. The goal is to create an interactive and multimedia journey to the soft side of technology, previewing new ways of understanding shared space in today’s ‘new normal’ in pursuit of sustainability, aesthetics and comfort.
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