The international design festival meanwhile concluded with a parade of cars gathered together by critic, gallerist, journalist, opinionist and collector Kenny Schachter with the aim of investigating the market of art, design and thus the car, in response to the question “Are cars and furniture art?”. Ettore Sottsass taught us that even a simple sideboard can be sensual, so how can an object that lets you run like the wind not be? Aside from questions regarding the system and economics of design, we also simply appreciated “#Manual”, the selection presented by Rovecars that went from a Lancia Aurelia B20 GT from 1952 up to a Delta integrale from 1991. Personally, I know more than one person who has parked in their living room a handcrafted motorbike (like the Vyrus conceived and built with the genius of Ascanio Rodorigo, for example) or a car, not necessarily a vintage one. Yes, it has to be a big living room.