EMU is Partner of Homo Faber, the international cultural event dedicated to contemporary high quality craftsmanship, organized by the Michelangelo Foundation, in partnership with the Giorgio Cini Foundation, the Cologni dei Mestieri d’Arte Foundation, the Japan Foundation and the Bettencourt Schueller Foundation. 15 exhibitions, 22 curators and designers, 12 living Japanese national treasures, over 400 unique objects, made by over 350 designers and craftsmen, from over 30 countries. As usual, the event will take place on Isola di San Giorgio Maggiore in Venice from 10 April to 1 May 2022. Its purpose is to promote craftsmanship, its link with the world of design, celebrate human talent and contribute to guaranteeing a brighter future for art masters, highlighting the key role of craftsmanship in creating a more sustainable and inclusive future. This edition celebrates the “living treasures” of craftsmanship through 15 exceptional exhibitions that invite visitors to discover the connection between Europe and Japan. Among the scheduled exhibitions we find name like Rinko Kawauchi, Tokugo Uchida, Sebastian Herkner, Michele De Lucchi, Jean Blanchaert with Stefano Boeri Interiors and Robert Wilson, Zanellato/Bortotto studio. On this occasion, EMU will furnish the common areas, which will represent the only elements of relaxation while visiting pavilions.