Exhibitions

In St. Petersburg, the exhibition "Naturalist" - etk-fashion.com

Russian subject designers took part in theExhibition "Naturalist", which turned out to be so successful that now everyone will go to Stockholm. Within the framework of the new curator project from the creators of Izba Project Tatyana Kudryavtseva and Yaroslav Misonzhnikov, 15 Russian designers and studios have developed unique interior solutions united by the theme of nature in the house. Among the exhibits exhibited wereAnd 3D-fabrics, and devices for growing plants, and small interior items. Unusual and cute items are designed to create a garden atmosphere right in your apartment, feeling that nature is really close. Particular attention was paid to the original bird feeder, which makes their singing louder. Sputnik-5. Design: Maxim Shcherbakov. Table with integrated pots for the plant. Dedicated to the Soviet satellite-5, which first brought into orbit (and then returned to Earth) living beings and plants. Svetoch. Series From Siberia. Design: Anastasia Koshcheeva. Traditional material in a new context: birch bark lights, made using traditional joining technique without glue. Kuiper Belt. Design: Katerina Kopytina. Series of suspended pots. Dedicated to as yet unidentified forms of life in our Galaxy. Taburet. Series From Siberia. Design: Anastasia Koshcheeva. Traditional material in a new context: a strong and soft weaving for seating a stool is made of birch bark, the figure creates an optical illusion of volume. Tuesa. Series From Siberia. Design: Anastasia Koshcheeva. Containers made of birch bark. Traditional material in a new context. Orator. Design: Katya Tolstykh. Feeding trough for birds with integrated pot and loudspeaker. The climbing plant, planted in a flower pot, turns the cage into a cozy and safe nest, the horn enhances the sounds of singing of content birds. Metrica. Design: Tanya Klimenko. Set for the cultivation of herbs. Two forms, two functions. By combining the elements, we get a module that can be multiplied in space and create a pendant system for plants. Plantscape. Design: Maxim Shcherbakov. Kashpo-experiment on the subject of the survival of plants in an urban environment. The modules mimic real urban conditions: crevices between parapets and concrete structures, paving slabs, ventilation and sewer hatches - it would seem that nothing can grow here. But plants find their way to light. Playground. Design: Luch Design. Desktop organizer. The basis of the organizer in the form of a grid allows you to set your own rules of the game, compose different parts of the designer, change places or turn over. Rustica Subtilis. Design: Anastasia Koshcheeva & Olesya Ananyeva. Revival of crafts and crafts and the use of traditional materials in the modern context. Vase and bowl made of a combination of pottery and vines. Sovok. Design: Yaroslav Misonzhnikov A series of stands for flowers. The combination of wood and oil paint refers to the realities of the Soviet era, when several layers were painted beautiful carved door portals and other elements of the ceremonial architecture. Vase + Tray. Design: Anya Druzhinina (Födor Toy) Photo: Crispy Point A series of vases with removable trays. The exhibition was held from October 22 to November 22 in the conservatory of the Tauride Garden, which underscores the theme of the project - unity with nature. The exhibition received very positive reviews and in February 2016 will visit the Design Week in Stockholm and take part there. By the time of entering the international arena, the organizers promise to replenish a number of facilities. Gileya. Design: Sveta Gerasimova.The curtain fabrics with a three-dimensional effect are made by combining identical prints on fabrics of different textures and hyper-realistically transferring nature to the textile format. FitoDrom. Design: Ekaterina Vagurina. Wall pots for flowers with ceramic pots of various shapes. The number and location of pots can vary depending on the size and number of plants due to their movement along the axis of the beam. Plantholder. Design: Lesha Galkin. Three-level stand for flowers of three materials: metal, birch plywood and marble. The image is inspired by the aesthetics of Soviet public spaces. Can be used not only for plants, but also as shelves for various items. Photos: Crispy Point

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