Where else to exchange experience with foreigncolleagues, share their ideas and be inspired for a year ahead, if not at the main world exhibition on construction and architecture? The presentation of MADE expo 2017 proved that it's definitely worth to go there. From March 8 to 11, the exhibition center of Milan "Ro" will host the biennial exhibition MADE expo 2017. And if the last time in 2015 it was visited by more than two hundred thousand people, it is not difficult to predict the success of the future, already the eighth in the exhibition. Architects and builders from all over the world will come to Milan to evaluate innovative materials and take part in professional master classes and discussions. The Russian audience is especially important to the organizers of the exhibition, the Agency ICE - the Italian Embassy and the Italian association Federlegno Arredo Eventi. Therefore, specially for her January 15 at the Central House of Architect held a presentation of MADE expo 2017. Related articles The main theme of the presentation, as well as the futureexhibition, was the renovation of industrial areas. This idea is relevant now all over the world, the Italians also pay special attention to it. As the director of the Moscow office of the agency ICE Pier Paolo Celeste said: "Our country is known for its rich cultural and historical heritage, which we are trying our best to protect. In this sense, Italy and Russia are similar, therefore the need for renovation and restoration of old buildings instead of their demolition and destruction is equally important and understandable for us. " Pier Paolo Celeste, Director of the Moscow officeICE Agencies The main speakers of the evening, who by their own example proved that century buildings can become part of the modern city, are Franco Rebecca, the founder of the architectural bureau SOL! D Solution Italian Design in Italy, and Narine Tyutcheva, the head of the Rozhdestvenska architectural bureau in Russia. The SOL! D office is known for its projects on the reincarnation of industrial districts and former factories into super-modern residential quarters and office centers. Franco and his team not only preserve historical buildings, but also successfully enter them into the new landscape, make part of the city, which is actively used by the inhabitants of the metropolis, but remains at the same time a monument of architecture. Of the particularly impressive projects: the shopping and office complex in Minsk on Vosstaniya Square, the former bank building in the center of Belgrade, the renovation of 16th century industrial buildings in small Italian cities. Franco Rebecca, founder of the architectural bureauSOL! D Solution Italian Design Narine Tyutcheva and her architectural bureau "Rozhdestvenka" have been creating private and public buildings for 25 years, but specialize specifically in reconstruction and adaptation to the modern life of historical buildings. Narine's urban projects are not just attempts to revive individual buildings, but also comprehensive large-scale solutions for the city and its inhabitants. These include the Trehgornaya Manufactory, the Krasnaya Roza factory, the Kristall plant, the revival of the rusty ring and the Moscow River project, which sparked heated debates at the presentation. The idea is to run the tram line almost along the water and thus not just create a new mode of transport, but also use the territory that is practically not used by the city. I wonder what other new architectural solutions are offered by professionals from all over the world? Visit MADE expo 2017 in March, and then tell us! Related articles Narine Tyutcheva, the founder and head of the architectural bureau "Rozhdestvenka"
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