NAYADA organized the Archi Spring 2013
The NAYADA representative office in Moldova was a co-organizer of Archi Spring 2013, an event that took place at the Kishinev APĂ-CANAL Chişinău Conference Hall in the beginning of March.
Archi Spring 2013 attracted many furniture industry specialists as well as leading designers and manufacturers.
The organizers presented innovative technologies and products for organization of space. The experts shared with participants the most important trends in modern design, and demonstrated the implementation of these ideas on the examples of company projects.
The APĂ-CANAL Chişinău Conference Hall itself became the visual embodiment of the concept of ArchSpring, as many of the technologies were actually applied during its construction.
The conference hall’s premises were turned into a creative exposition, where visitors could see samples of products and obtain answers to their questions directly from manufacturers’ representatives. Mihai Eremciuk, Architect of Archiconi-Grup SRL, presented detailed information about the project «Complex of premises APĂ-CANAL Chişinău».
Dmitry Cherepkov, president of the NAYADA Group of Companies, told about current trends in office space design, using the NAYADA projects as examples.
Transformability of space was emphasized as one of the main global trends. Flexibility, variability and transformation ability are becoming important elements of design today. This topic was presented in projects of many companies participating in the International Exhibition Orgatek (Germany), including the NAYADA Company.
Special attention was also paid to bio-architecture as another top trend. Biotech is the right way to plan healthy and energetic spaces. The basic principles of this trend are the usage of natural materials, ecological compatibility, energy efficiency and natural individuality.
After the meeting, all participants received materials about the topics of the event, and took part in a prize draw, where they could win special certificates from the organizers of Archi Spring 2013.