Designer India Madavi redecorates the main showroomthe famous Vitra factory, creating an installation on the theme "Alice in Wonderland". India Madavi According to the American edition of Architectural Digest, since 2014 it is included in the "Top 100 best architects and designers". http://www.india-mahdavi.com/ In March 2016, Lewis Carroll's beloved Alice's Wonderland was reimagined in interior design format in March 2016. The main gamut of the entire exhibit is pink powdery from the Pantone Color Institute. To create the special plasticity of the Wonderland space, India Madavi skillfully combined classic and modern pieces of furniture. For example, the Mariposa sofa by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, the Standard chairs by Jean Prouvé and the collection from the Finnish brand Artek, which has been part of the Vitra Group since 2013. But what is really hard to forget isAccurate miniatures of real collections of furniture from the Vitra Design Museum, which were located on the balcony. Feeling as if you are in the episode of the work where Alice ate a piece of the magic pie and all the items around were drastically reduced. This hypertrophied approach is not accidental. The VitraHaus building, designed by the Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron in 2010, is designed to assemble all the variety of items from the Vitra Home Collection and top representatives of modern design.