18 trade agreements were struck at the first Moscow Interior and Design Week, which draws participation from India and around the world.

More than 350 companies from Russia, Kazakhstan, South Korea, India, Vietnam, Tunis, and Egypt attended the six-day event . Visitors were introduced to the latest developments in Russian industries in the areas of interior and architectural design, furniture manufacturing, interior and decor, and construction of finishing and building materials .

Mumbai (Maharashtra) India, November 24 (IMC): International and Indian companies attended the first Moscow Interior and Design Week, which was held in Moscow recently.More than 350 companies from Russia, Kazakhstan, South Korea, India, Vietnam, Tunis, and Egypt attended the six-day event, which attracted a huge audience.Among them were Karim Rashid, an Egyptian-based industrial designer (USAEgypt), Yusuke Takahashi (YT ArchitectsJapan), Deborah Mendez and Igor Macedo (TetroBrazil), Amir Kabulov (Kazakhstan), Ashot and Armine Snkhchyan (SNKHArmenia), and Sofia Gizerskaya (Sappho clothing and interior brand, At the Moscow Interior and Design Week, leading industry experts from China-David Chen (URBAN REVIVO), Douglas Newkirk (architect and interior designer), Teo Rojas (Brandon), and Billy Elliot-Wong (WONGBRAND.design)-were among the speakers.The exhibition featured VDNH Pavilions 55 and 57, which featured Indian company Solmax's tile collection, shopping malls, museums, and historic buildings.

Visitors had the opportunity to learn that Russian firms can supply goods at no less and sometimes even superior quality to foreign-made ones, according to company representatives, who claim that such events accelerate the industry's growth as a whole and allow the participants to identify new and strengthening existing business relationships with other manufacturers.During the course of the exhibition, Yandex.Market, the general partner of Moscow Interior and Design Week, began receiving orders for furniture, decor elements, and other items from exhibiting manufacturers, providing a special The marketplace also held a corner at VDNH Pavilion 57, where they showcased their latest innovations for a smooth online shopping experience.With the support of the All-Russian non-profit group Union of Russian Designers and Moscow's Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development, IMC (iMEQ communications) provided this story.

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