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iSaloni WorldWide Moscow - 2016: summing up and impressions

From 12 to 15 October in the Crocus Expo for the 12th timeiSaloni WorldWide Moscow. This year, around 260 companies from Italy and other countries took part in the largest interior event. What was remembered and liked by the participants and organizers we tell in our report Over the course of four days, the exhibition was visited by over 30,000 people from 18 cities of Russia, as well as from Ukraine, Kazakhstan and other countries. "Compared to last year, the difference is huge," said Pier Paolo Celeste, director of the ICE Agency in Moscow. - If earlier we were not sure of the result, now we see progress. We are full of enthusiasm and can set new goals, the main one of which is to grow and develop at the same pace. " Indeed, this year life is at the exhibitionboiled not only in terms of variety. Russian designers had a wonderful opportunity to learn from their famous Italian colleagues and take part in their master classes. The main speakers were Duilio Forte, Claudio Lazzarini and Karl Pickering, as well as Francesco Librizzi. Oksana Kostyuchenko, architect - I came to the exhibition to get a new portion of inspiration and take another look at the novelties. It was nice to see the brands loved not only by me, but also by my colleagues. Many presented excellent stand design options and demonstrated their furniture in all its glory. Now I have something to think about and something to work on in my projects! Once again, iSaloni WorldWide Moscow hosteda competition that from year to year helps young designers from Russia and the CIS countries under the age of 35 to declare themselves and get acquainted with representatives of leading furniture companies. 44 people took part in the competition on this year's theme "New Materials> New Design". In their works, they had to use innovative materials and their unique properties. The winners were selected by an international commissionand awarded on Friday 14 October at 12:30 pm. The first place was taken by Tanya Repina, who presented pine furniture, the second - Anastasia Kopteva and Alexander Braulov with the project of a transparent hinged organizer, the third - Natalia Musorina for an armchair made of 5-ply plywood and harsh threads. Three winners will be able to take part in the next SaloneSatellite WorldWide Moscow competition as part of the Milan Furniture Show from April 4-9, 2017. Inga Azhgirey, interior designer - I especially remember a few Spanish stands and outdoor furniture. And, of course, the zone of the SaloneSatellite WorldWide Moscow competition made a big impression - very interesting, unusual works. And in conclusion the most interesting! We walked through the stands of iSaloni WorldWide Moscow and chose the best in our opinion. Share photos with you. Roomble photo and site

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