October 06 / 2017

Destination Russia: 11 Spanish furniture companies on display at I Saloni WorldWide Moscow 2017

From Wednesday 11th to Saturday 14th October, the Crocus Expo-2 will play host to a group of well-established Milano Salone exhibitors that comprises 300 Italian and foreign companies. The event , which recreate the essence of the Salone Milano and is therefore characterized by the excellent quality of the goods on offer – from trend-setting pieces to modern designs to classic furniture –,  has turned over the years into a benchmark for interior design concepts and the home- furnishing sector in Russia and the countries in its geopolitical basin.


Exposure to Russian buyers is high, with more than 30,000 visitors every year, including trade operators, interior designers, press and the general audience. The array of goods on offer is also remarkably wide, ranging from furniture and furnishing products to lighting appliances, kitchens, office furniture, accessories, bathroom furniture and textiles.


Russia is definitely not the same country as ten years ago both in terms of market rules and trade opportunities. Nevertheless, it still remains a remarkable field for those companies that have adapted their business capacities to new circumstances changing their commercial profile and shaping their proposals on mutated needs.

The 11 Spanish exhibitors that will be present in halls 7 and 8 have all a long-lasting presence in Russia and have consolidated their business through their own agents operating in the market and the development of a distribution network that covers the most important regions. Their relationship with distributors, retailers and specifiers has grown strong and has allowed a proper understanding of the market and its evolution in the latest years.


Despite a fall in export figures, in 2016 Russia still ranked among the main markets for Spanish furniture products. High-end bespoke furniture, attractive designs and refined craftmanship is what affluent Russian customers seek and the offer of the Spanish exhibitors meet perfectly their demand.


Bedrooms, living rooms, dining rooms, luxurious designs for outdoor spaces reveal the accurate craftmanship and expertise of the Spanish producers. Stay tuned with us for more information.



Trade mission of Middle East interior architects to Spanish industry

Hand in hand with ANIEME and supported by ICEX, the trade mission of interior architects and specifiers from Dubai and Doha has developed satisfactorily. From the 4th to the 8th of March a group of six studios has had the opportunity to visit and get to know first-hand the Spanish furniture production of the contract sector.

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The ingenious design and commitment to ergonomics characterize the new furniture collections from the DRESSY, FAMA and ACOMODEL brands, different options but all based on the same premise of comfortability that enhances the user’s well-being.

Make your outdoors stylish with the FLO planter from CALMA

If you need to brighten up an outdoor space a planter is a simple, natural way to decorate and bring to life a terrace, a porch, a backyard or a patio. Made of polyethylene, the FLO planter, a creation by Oscar Veradelarocha for outdoor furniture specialist CALMA, is perfect to bring on spring at any time of the year while adding visual variety, colour and texture to contemporary spaces. Discover more…

SOHER presents the luxurious SAVOY master bedroom, the ultimate in comfort and style

Superbly executed by SOHER’s expert craftsmen, the SAVOY master bedroom is the new addition to the homonymous collection and the latest proposal of the Valencia-based brand for exclusive bedrooms. With its perfect mix of style, elegance and functionality, the bedroom offers a sophisticated focus with unrivalled charm and grace. Let’s discover more and find ideas!

Melting together outside and inside with ILLA, the new collection by BIVAQ

In the late sixties, it was all about bringing the outside inside and it seems like the trend has come back around and is gaining ground in the interior design industry. Floral and botanical prints on wallpaper and cushions, organic and round shapes, natural materials are again up-to-date and even furniture, lighting and accessories have crossed the border. ILLA, one the latest launches by BIVAQ, has an ambivalent character that easily adapts to outdoor and indoor spaces. Let’s discover how…