The 6th edition of the fair, scheduled for 3 to 5 October 2014 when the exhibition center of Riva del Garda (Trentino) is presented to the public and industry professionals with a further enhanced format. Roberto Pellegrini, President of Riva del Garda Fierecongressi, shows that the company has put on the calendar a few weeks away, but two events binders to real estate. In addition to IO CASA RIVA DEL GARDA, is in fact held on 25 and 26 September 2014, at the Congress Palace in Riva del Garda, Rebuild National Convention on regeneration and sustainable management of real estate assets, an unmissable event for professionals, designers and builders, policy -maker, asset and property manager: "The innovation of IO CASA RIVA DEL GARDA - adds John Laezza, Director General- began last year with an issue that has been made an issue of" zero ". The Company has been able to read the contemporary world and, in a time of sharp decline, has decided to invest in creating a groundbreaking event in which the exhibition area meets the most current content. "An innovative event in the layout and attention to detail, a journey through the styles of living. A fair where you can find new ideas to secure, sustainable, unique and warm your home. At an exhibition hall dedicated to companies and structural realities, with proposals for plant construction, green building and architecture, contrasts with a more emotional pavilion, centered on the well-being of the person and the wholesomeness of the house, with solutions of furniture, lighting and design as well as a 'entire shopping area, for quick and convenient shopping. IO CASA RIVA DEL GARDA wanted to invest in new talent. Fifteen selected young designers will have the opportunity to express their creativity through original and new achievements. To support this initiative, there will also be the authors of ten theses of engineering and architecture. The show then becomes, not just exhibition time, but real laboratory of ideas, designed to give voice to professionals in the future. A brave choice, which emphasizes that the exhibition space can be managed in a novel way.