From 29 March to 1 April 2022, the 27th building and interiors trade show MosBuild 2022 will take place at Crocus Expo.
MosBuild is a key platform in Russia and CIS for manufacturers of building and finishing materials, heads of wholesale and retail companies, and other industry experts. Visitors can find new suppliers, choose building and finishing materials for business, and negotiate cooperation.
In 2022, MosBuild will become the largest building exhibition in the world, bringing together more than 800 leading companies from 20 countries. After a 2-year break caused by the pandemic, more than 150 companies from China as well as manufacturers from India and Turkey will showcase their products. The exhibitors will present not only the bestsellers, but also new products, innovations, and latest developments.
The leading companies like Benjamin Moore, Tikkurila Color Studio, PALITRA, Stenova, Technolight, IVC, KERAMA MARAZZI, AM Group, Espoсada, and others will take part in the exhibition.
The exhibition will feature 15 sectors, thus covering all stages of building and finishing works:
• Building materials
• Building equipment and tools
• Facades, roofing, gates
• Panels, moldings
• Paints and decorative plasters
• Curtains, Textile, Curtain Rods and Shutters
• Window technologies
• Doors and Locks
• Lighting and electrical products
• Kitchen and furniture
These days personal communication and the opportunity to share experience in solving business problems become especially important. Within the business programme, exhibitors and visitors will discuss the most pressing issues of the industry.
Four content zones will be organized for the entire audience of the market: manufacturers and suppliers of goods, DIY specialists, designers, and architects. Visitors will be able to speak personally with representatives of the largest companies and industry experts.
On 29 March, the exhibition will host the 10th anniversary DIY Forum themed “New Era – New Reality”. The representatives of the industry’s largest companies, including VseInstrumenty.ru, Petrovich, Maksidom, Unitile, Cersanit, OZON, and Avito services, will discuss issues of the market and pricing policy.
At the Architectural Lecture Hall experts will talk about changes in the future building codes, design of unique buildings, and other essential topics. Among the content speakers there will be Ignat Bushukhin (RBC-Nedvizhimost), Vladimir Plotkin (Reserve), Amir Idiatulin (IND architects), Eric Valeev (IQ bureau), Sergey Trukhanov (T+T Architects), Maria Korneeva (ABD architects), Artem Trofimov (VEKA Rus), and others.
The Master Class Zone will focus on new market realities and innovative technologies. The traditional MosBuild green block will also take place. On the first day, the experts will discuss the prospects for the ESG agenda in Russia. On 31 March, the Green Building 2022 conference will take place, where experts will talk about the prospects for green financing and the future of international standards.
The industry experts will be able to visit the Decorium special project, which will combine the trend zones “Textile”, “Paints”, “Décor”, “Wallpaper”, and the lecture hall. The authors of the project are well-known Russian architects, artists, and designers: Eduard Eremchuk, Ekaterina Pyatitskaya, Gleb Skubachevsky, Daria Vasilkova, Uliana Khokhlova, Daria Kazantseva, Yulia Chebotar, and Viktor Dembovsky. Visitors will see unusual interior solutions and furniture made from recycled materials.
“For many companies MosBuild 2022 will be the starting point in the new market. Today we can see a new business cycle. That is why we need new partners, strategies, solutions, and personal communication,” said Yakov Syromyatnikov, director of the exhibition.
MosBuild Architecture & Design Awards (MADA)
On 30 March, the results of the MosBuild Architecture & Design Awards (MADA) will be announced. The aim of the award is to promote talented young architects.
The winners will be chosen in four categories:
• Public spaces
• Reconstruction and adaptation
• Public interiors
• Private residential buildings