From now on, AbitaMi intends to represent the appointment par excellence with living and its themes, in the second half of the year, giving life, thanks to the synergy with Macef, to the most complete autumn event dedicated to living, inside and outside the house. So, a refined exhibition of decor products, but also a provocative cultural workshop, between architecture, design and decoration, inside a single stimulating trade fair, set up in four halls in the Rho trade fair centre — halls 9,11,13 and 15 — marked by four entrances, and corresponding to the four macro-areas in which the event takes place: hautdecor, contemporary decor, the outdoors, workshops and experimentation and research events.
The exhibitors: a selection at the top, from the house to the outdoors. The participation of the exhibitors — about three hundred, was carefully vetted by a special Selection Commission and covers the various product areas involved: furniture, upholstery, lighting, textiles, napery and household textiles, decorative objects and decorative accessories, tableware, decorative ac-.
Hall 9 has been reserved for the haut-decor exhibitors, with contemporary decor is in hall 11, while a part of hall 13 as well as the outside area facing it, are dedicated to outdoors companies.
Inside each hall reserved for commercial activity, there are also focal areas dedicated to exhibitions and events in harmony with the sector they reflect. Four days devoted to all that is best in interiors: companies were showcasing the cream of the furniture presented in Milan.
Alongside the trade fair proper, as always, was the SaloneSatellite WorldWide, the platform for up and coming young designers, and the Master Classes, three workshops led by three top Italian architects. It is in fact the only trade fair to offer a complete, high end array of commercial goods, ranging from furnishings to upholstereds, from lighting appliances to kitchens, office furniture, furnishing accessories, bathroom furniture, textiles, furnishing components and accessories for furnishing products.
It is also the only trade fair that attracts an increasing number of visitors, from 13, at the very first edition to 31, at the edition. The fair — which ran from Wednesday 12th to Saturday 15th October in Pavilion 2 of the Crocus Expo in Moscow, the leading Russian exhibition centre — had a different layout as of this year in order to bolster the identity of the two exhibiting sectors.
The information signage was also reformulated, both in general terms, for improved visitor-friendliness, and to make the best possible use of the exhibition spaces, and in terms of stand identification, with the nationalities of each exhibiting company clearly flagged up. As ever, the strictly trade fair was flanked by the SaloneSatellite WorldWide Moscow, showcasing the best of young creativity in Russia and the countries in its geopolitical basin, situated in the atrium between Halls 5, 7 and 8.
Press info: Marva Griffin Wilshire. Autumn in Russia has been marked by a notable event which is an official visit of Tricia Guild to. On this occasion consulate of Great Britain in Saint-Petersburg hosted a reception and invited famous designers, architects, owners of the biggest exhibition shops of northern regions of Russia and journalists from famous editions. The reception was opened by the consul himself, whose office design had been considerably changed by English designers.
The transformation was noticeable: white space was filled with bright colours — electric blue, rich pink, noble grey and mysterious mustard-yellow. In a usually austere space pillows made the angles look softer and flowers filled the air with fragrances and tenderness. On 13 September the Casanostra company invited leading architects of Kiev to a luxurious restaurant in the country for the first-time presentation on Ukrainian market of the parquet factory Cora.
The presentation was conducted by the owner of the factory Cora, Domenico. For about 90 years now Italian factory Cora has worked with timber and for more than 17 years it has produced classic parquet and parquet board. It should be noted that the factory not only produces parquet board, but also grows trees to guarantee high quality and a wide range of products.
Cora is the biggest woodworking enterprise in Europe and its manufacturing process takes place exclusively in Italy. The parquet board Cora is a product of technological evolution.
Several dozens of types of timber from America, Europe, Asia and Africa are used in its production. Sergey Choban, architect. It is a new line from a famous designer Sergey Choban that includes ceramic products, furniture and a whole range of bathrooms, named Esplanade.
The architect was born and raised in Saint-Petersburg. It begins with a town building, squares, parks and ends with a beautiful door or an elegant profile of a door handle. Architecture, design and product flow all in one, says the author of the collection. These are almost typical products of architecture and design that were made so well by our predecessors. Therefore, I wanted to create first of all a product, an object, but not a thing that could be seen only once and become already boring due to its overly expressive individual character.
Those are the exact features I wanted to transfer to Esplanade collection for Duravit. Cucina Venezia. It is hard to imagine there is another city on this planet that creates the same emotions as Venice does. Facades, churches, bridges, places that surprise you again and again.
Uniqueness of the city-work of art inspired Bamax to create products, that are, undoubtedly, among the leaders in the segment of classical kitchens. Cucina Elizabeth. Works of art always embodied a social, functional goal. Beauty was connected with the idea of luxury and served to glorify the client showing his respective social status. Sculptures of officials were always aimed at glorifying.
However, it does not mean Roman art can not be beautiful and of high quality. The beauty of Roman art is in its amazing attachment to certain themes and in admirable craftsmanship regarding even infinitely recurring schemes.
Dune A. Emboseed white lacquered door. Glacier White Corian worktop with stainless steel sink, cook top block thickness 12 mm. Dune B. Glossy beaver lacquered base units doors, glossy cream lacquered wall unit doors. Stainless steel worktop with glossy lacquered frontal edge, integrated cook top and sink.
Sliding elements with steel door. Aluminium groove and plinth. Dune C. Natural walnut veneered door Greenwood. White quartz azucar worktop with cook top and sink semifilotop. Grey anthracite lacquered groove and plinth. Poggenpohl shows kitchen design with a difference, luxury fronts and innovative details at the Kuchenmeile A30 trade fair.
Not only do Poggenpohl kitchens delight customers all over the world, they also regularly win design prizes and are commended for their outstanding quality and appearance. The traditional manufacturer from Herford has always been considered a trendsetter, with innovative developments and independent design that have brought fresh ideas into the kitchen and now, also, into the living area.
Poggenpohl showcases the highlights in its latest range at the Kuchenmeile A30 trade fair in East Westphalia from 17 to 23 September. The innovative kitchen concept offers an integrated solution that fuses furniture design, wall, floor and ceiling together architecturally.
The result is an integrated spatial concept where the home, architecture,. That creates a totally new sense of space, not only turning the kitchen into the centre of home life but also visually bridging the divide between cooking and living.
Luxury takes form and becomes light in the new kitchen Diamond. Every detail shines like a jewel, a rare diamond. A quality and a preciousness which conquer, result of the experience and the reliability of a prestigious trade-mark which only Faoma can be.
A kitchen that becomes the essence of a refined artisan style which loves classic design, but does not renounce the beauty and the taste for details. The space is decorated with wooden friezes sculptured by hand, lacquered and decorated with the application of silver leaves of a warm and enveloping colour. The magic of light enclosed as a priceless treasure in the kitchen of timeless beauty.
Innovation and classic design fused in an indissoluble embrace. Friezes and capitals carved by hand and decorated in antiqued silver leaf. Surfaces, elevations and table in natural backlit onyx to colour with gold the entire room. The central island like the heart of the kitchen illuminated by the chandelier in Venetian style. These are the distinctive elements which united with the best materials, with the most innovative solutions and the sought after preciousness make this kitchen a true and genuine point of light in your home.
Surprising emotions reinforce the dynamic nature of ELBA system which is renewed through games of volumes and combinations in a variety of new materials and essences. Elba laminato. The rigor and minimalist decor, whiteand black, in a fascinating interplay of contrasts. Zeus table in lacquered white or black. Elba rovere impiallacciato.
The warm tone of the doors veneered Oak Plum integrates with steel and aluminium, a society that values all and contributes to projects of high design.
Innovative, attractive and functional configurations, to exploit the available space in a practical and rational way. The kitchen is part of the room architecture, being room dividing and open-plan at the same time. Three totally different materials set the. A tangible saw-cut textured surface on the tall units flush with surface creates a homely warm background.
The oak fronts are vertically veneered with matching grain. This al-. Their L-shaped form reflects the L-shape of the isle. LED-lights provide glare free light effects on the front edge of the wall unit base. Power contact is made without cable via low voltage rails, integrated in the sidewalls.
The shelves can be removed at any time and repositioned. Atmosphere produces the most original earth globes existing on the market, together with well known Danish designers.
The advanced technological research combined with the most provocative creativity give as a result a range of globes that positions itself among the top quality home furnishings. And here we have the geographical globe taking a new identity and obtaining a value that is unknown until now: the result is an impact object that, although it keeps it classical nature, breaks the rules with strongly modern lines and details.
Influences from other countries, the steadily accelerating speed of life, flexible habits of preparing, eating and staging meals — the widely varying needs of modern table culture have placed new demands on a dinner service. The porcelain can withstand everyday use, making it ideal for a wide range of applications. Inside gold-plated with carat highly polished gold,. When the goblet is raised for drinking, thousands of reflections sparkle to create the beguiling impression of liquid gold.
Quite evident that only the best raw material — in this case mostly leather — can fulfil that requirement.
Only the work of our skilled saddlers give birth to the exclusive de Sede furniture brand, which is today renowned throughout the world. Despite the success our company enjoys we have always remained true to ourselves: focussed on small series production and individualised solutions.
What else makes de Sede so different and special? Two typically Swiss qualities. In fact professionals say that there is no other make of upholstered furniture that puts so much time and effort in the treatment, handling and finishing of top-quality leather like de Sede from Switzerland.
It starts with the fact that each and every piece of furniture at de Sede is built by skilled artisans who carry out their work process completely, i. Almost all of these processes are made by hand. At de Sede we have seven different leather qualities in any colour you want, we perform more than 13 different and handmade stitchings and seams, such as crossed leahter lacing, wide piping, double french seam, and we handle also woven leather, for instance for cushions.
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