Responding to the request of a significant number of veteran exhibitors of the Salone del Mobile.Milano – the international showcase of the Home-furnishing system – “i Saloni WorldWide” were launched in 2005 and since then are held annually in Moscow in October, becoming the benchmark event for the Home-furnishing sector for the Russian market and the countries in its geopolitical basin, visited by more than 30,000 trade operators, press and general public.
Saloni WorldWide Moscow are characterized not only by the superlative quality of the goods on offer – from classic furniture to trend-setting and luxury pieces – but also by the essence of the fair itself: a benchmark for interior concepts, showcasing a selection of pieces shown in Milan: from furnishings to upholstereds, lighting appliances, kitchens, office furniture, accessories, bathroom furnishings, textiles, coverings, furnishing components and product accessories.
Within the Crocus Expo, the most important exhibition center in Russia, almost 300 Italian and foreign companies will participate to this 12th edition divided into three sectors: Classic, Design and Luxury. The exhibited products are sorted into: Furniture and home accessories, Upholstered furniture, Decorating accessories, Lighting, Kitchen furniture, Bathroom furniture and accessories, Office furniture, Home textiles, Furnishing elements and fixtures.
In full synergy with the Moscow event since 2005 is the SaloneSatellite WorldWide Moscow, which has become a major opportunity for young Russian and former Soviet Republic designers to make contact with the exhibitors, and take advantage of the huge visibility offered by the international press presence.
Also in full synergy, the Master Classes, in collaboration with ICE – Italian Trade Agency providing an opportunity to reflect on the meaning of design in Italy today.
SaloneSatellite WorldWide Moscow 2016
Located in the atrium between Pavilions 7 and 8, the platform for emerging designers under 35 from Russia and the post-Soviet countries is an unmissable occasion for direct contact with the leading furniture sector companies, and an opportunity for personal growth for its young participants, given the chance of interface with other designers and the critical judgement of experts within the sector.
The 44 young designers involved have been selected from among the top students at the leading design schools in Russia and the post-Soviet countries. They will showcase a wide variety of projects, ranging from eminently classic design to the latest trends, or referencing their own cultural traditions. Most of all they will demonstrate an increasingly committed approach to design.