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Thanks to its strong international vocation and its close-knit network of relationships, Accademia Unidee collaborates with some of the most important European universities and academies, and with businesses and organisations from all over the world: artisan, small, medium, big and multinational companies, but also associations, local and global cultural institutions, organised groups.

Among our partners are the UN, the European Space Agency, FAO and FCA, Illycaffè, Ermenegildo Zegna, as well as Slow Food, Social Fare, San Patrignano and the Red Cross.

We want to produce ideas and develop people able to build a sustainable world through art and design.
We can only do that thanks to this extraordinary network. We carry out a different project with each organisation, and the modalities of the collaboration are defined together, identifying opportunities for synergies and communion of intents in creating a shared future.

Among our main
partners are:

ArtEZ hogeschool voor de kunsten

Università degli Studi Milano Bicocca

Ars Academy Research

Nanyang Technological University

Harvard Project Zero

University of Plymouth

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With thesupport of:

Actes Sud, Italian Association of Landscape Architects, Art Market Budapest, ATL (the local tourist office),

Biella Valsesia Vercelli, Biella and Vercelli’s Chamber of Commerce, Pecci Centre Prato,

Città Studi Biella, the National Confederation of Artisans Biella, Co.ri.PET,

Directorate General for the Promotion of the Country System,

European Cultural Foundation, FAI (the Italian National Trust), Communication Academy Foundation,

Golinelli Foundation, Querini Stampalia Foundation,

School of Cultural Heritage and Activities Foundation, Zegna Foundation,

Galleria Continua, Harvard Graduate School of Education,

Nanyang Technological University, Osservatorio Socialis,

Piacenza cashmere, Proloco Biella and Valle Oropa

, Sellalab Biella, SocialFare, Tsinghua University, Biella’s Industrial Union,

University of Food Sciences, Vivienne Westwood.