MADE expo WorldWide

11-14 ottobre 2017, Crocus Expo - Padiglione 2, Hall 7

The prestigious Crocus Expo Exhibition Centre is hosting the 4th Made expo WorldWide, event focussing on interior architectural finishes, including exhibitors
representing the leading Italian names in doors, floors and walls.

In complete synergy with i Saloni WorldWide Moscow, which is staged
concomitantly and at the same venue, MADE expo WorldWide offers visitors
a seamlessly integrated array of interior style options.

The 2017 edition of the Saloni WorldWide Moscow has closed on a positive note: trust, service and competitiveness stand out as the key words for all those professionals and exhibiting companies who are once again putting their faith in the Russian market.

The thirteenth edition of the Saloni WorldWide Moscow, which has just closed, has once more established itself as the leading event held in Russia and dedicated to quality furniture, furnishings and accessories.

32,490 attendees were recorded during the four days of the event, of which 18,269 were sector professionals (+ 9.3% compared to 2016).

The MADE expo Worldwide exhibition dedicated to interior architecture was a significant part of the Moscow event and featured the participation of leading Italian companies in the door and surface sector.

As President of MADE Eventi Massimo Buccilli puts it: "Having access to an audience of highly motivated and mostly industry professionals was a tremendous opportunity for comparing, sharing and growth. Those Italian companies that decided to take part had the chance to meet a large number of people involved in the sector and were able to set up a number of extremely interesting professional relationships. We are certain that there will be an increase in Italian participation in future editions of what has become an essential event for anyone wanting to enter the Russian market” he concluded.


Mention should also be made of the tremendous hospitality provided for the occasion by ICE (the Agency for the Promotion Abroad and the Internationalization of Italian Companies) and offered to 120 operators in the sector who were selected from 24 regions of the Russian Federation as well as Belarus, Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan and who all took part in a packed programme of B2B meetings

What some of the Exhibitors had to say (in Italian)

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Opening hours:

11-13 October: 10am - 6pm
14 October: 10am- 5pm

The event is open to members of the trade only. Open to the general public on Saturday 14 October. 

 Admission charges apply. The entrance card, valid for the entire duration of the show, costs 200 roubles.

Visitors may register and buy tickets at the cash desks in the Crocus Expo-2 Hall, starting from October 11. 


Location and useful information

Crocus Expo 2, Master Classes Conference Room, Hall 8

An integral part of the Saloni WorldWide Moscow and MADE expo WorldWide, the Master Classes will feature 3 very different architects; from a promising young Italian designer to an international star and a practice whose vision is shaped by a love of art and unbounded creativity.

The protagonists:

Moderator Olga Kosyreva, CEO and Founder of Design Lectorium

Ciarmoli Queda Studio /Simone Ciarmoli and Miguel Queda  
Wednesday 11th October, 2.00 pm

Massimo Iosa Ghini
Thursday 12th October, 1.30 pm

Cristina Celestino
Friday 13th October, 1.30 pm

Work Talk

Diana Balashova
Sources of inspiration and interior design practice
12th October, 3pm

Young famous interior designer Diana Balashova takes the trends captured at the Saloni WorldWide Moscow and describes the “actual” moment when inspiration strikes and the ensuing design process.