Exhibitions

iSaloni WorldWide Moscow: what's new?

Its tenth anniversary exhibition of furniture and designiSaloni WorldWide Moscow celebrated interiors with a huge number of exhibitors and bright new products! All last week, the interior design elite of the capital was in a fever. It's no joke, four exhibitions at the same time, and you need to go everywhere! If you did not make it to iSaloni Worldwide Moscow, do not worry, in our review we have collected all the most interesting. Bright new items, unusual things, current trends - everything that cannot be ignored! “Unsurpassed design quality” - this is how the advertising slogan of the iSaloni WorldWide Moscow exhibition has been sounding for ten years. All these years, every autumn leading European (mainly from Italy and Spain) manufacturers of furniture and interior items bring the latest novelties to the Russian capital, and Russian architects and designers, buyers and showroom owners, as well as representatives of all kinds of media come to watch them! Of course, it's not a secret for anyone that all thesemany have already seen the novelties: in January at Imm in Cologne, in April on iSaloni in Milan, in September at Maison & Objet in Paris and at The London Design Festival in London ... But you can always find something interesting, and then, the meeting with good friends and the acquisition of new ones - is also worth a lot. We walked through the exhibition together with ourchief editor Oksana Kashenko. We looked at each stand, touched and examined everything, asked about everything and found out everything. Now we are ready to share our findings with you. But first, a few words about two trends that caught our eye. Velvet revolution This noble material of all colors, compositions and fluffiness was present at almost every stand, both in the classic and in the modern pavilions. And now they are not only upholstered with upholstered furniture, they are used to decorate lampshades, pillows and other accessories. It began to be actively used in the decoration of cabinet furniture, for example, the designers of the Annibale Colombo company decorated the facades and insides of cabinets, the butt and legs of the dining table and the ladies' boudoir table with velvet! It turned out original and elegant! See for yourself: Green, yellow, blue - choose any for yourself!Against the general gray-beige background, the spots of color were especially pleasing to the eye. Here a red vase flashed, then pendants on a chandelier would sparkle with pink, or a purple chair would suddenly come across ... But more often than others there was blue, from heavenly to rich turquoise, dusty yellow and pistachio green. Now, as promised, about the finds.We present to you nine objects which it was impossible to pass by: 1. Children's bedroom Halley r. The bedroom for girls Love Love could hardly leave any of the visitors to the Halley stand indifferent: draperies made of weightless fabrics and the luxury of velvet, the tenderness of pastels and the coolness of turquoise, romantic lace and curved lines - all this made it possible to create an enchanting atmosphere for dreams, feelings and beautiful dreams! 2. Armchair Gianfranco Ferré & Jumbo Collection p. It is an architectural armchair with a stunning combination of color and texture, the fruit of the creative union of the fashion house Gianfranco Ferré Home and the renowned manufacturer of classic Italian furniture Jumbo Collection. A little white has been added to the almost monochrome color scheme, because it was the white shirt that was the fashion designer's trademark! And notice, velvet again! 3. Chair with armrests Brunello 1974 r. Here's another thing that we could not pass by - a chair with a "hole" in the back in velvet upholstery in bright blue! As they told us at the stand, no one has seen this novelty yet. We decided to take advantage of this unique opportunity and sat on it ... What can I say, it's convenient, oddly enough! 4. Decorative lamps Pataviumart p. At the Pataviumart stand, among the luxurious chandeliers and table lamps, these art objects stood alone - luminous table panels made using ancient technologies from Murano glass, but their zest is precisely in modern technologies. A touch sensor is built into the base of each: you swipe it along the base in one direction - everything burns, you swipe it in the other - it goes out! Magic, and only ... 5. Bar-suitcase Collection Alexandra p. This unusual bar, made in the shape of a vintage travel suitcase, looks very stylish and unusual. As it turned out, he is one of the representatives of the new Traveller collection dedicated to travel. To make the wardrobe look like a suitcase, the designers trimmed it with leather with a noble embossing, equipped with buckles, belts, corners and rivets. But the most important thing is that the wardrobe opens and closes in the same way as a real suitcase, for this it has wheels instead of legs! 6. Wall and ceiling lamp Nebula Artemide p. This creation was created by British designer Ross Lovegrove, who is fond of organic forms in design. Our attention was drawn to the unusual inner part of the lamp, the wavy pattern of which literally mesmerized. Under the thermoplastic diffuser, there are LEDs, the light of which is directed towards the center. Everything seems simple, but how effective! 7. Rocking chair Volpi GIMO Gruppo p. An elegant, simple and incredibly cozy rocking chair in the children's room at the Volpi stand was created as if specially to make mom fall asleep before the baby! Don't you think? 8. Chest of drawers Angelina Labarere r. This chest of drawers, created by the French factory Labarere, has a Parisian charm, refined grace and follows all the curves of a woman's body! Well, how can you resist such a "Parisian"? 9. Armchairs Selva r. Pay attention to the shape of these Indigo chairs! Soft, voluminous and cozy pillows are placed in a laconic wooden frame without a single sharp corner. Leather restraints fixed on the back with decorative brass nuts allow you to achieve maximum comfort! I just want to sit and not rush anywhere! All photos by Anna Gorbunova

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