Exhibitions

2012
Wired's month-long pop-up exhibition, New York, USA
International Exhibition and Forum of Industry and Innovations INNOPROM, Russia
Gdynia Design Days 2012, Gdansk, Poland
Florence Design Week, Florence, Italy


2011
Contemporary Russian design at Heritage Gallery auction, Moscow, Russia
DESIGNEAST.EU OFFLINE EXHIBITION, Budapest, Hungary - Prague, Czech Republic
Clerkenwell Design Week 2011, London, Great Britain
Exhibition of Czech winners of Red dot design award, Seoul, Republic of Korea
International festival of industrial design DESIGN ACT, Moscow, Russia
Sretenka Design Week, Moscow, Russia


2010
Moscow Design Week 2010, Russia
International festival of industrial design DESIGN ACT, Moscow, Russia
Sretenka Design Week, Moscow, Russia


2008
Red dot design museum, Singapore
International Days of Design of the Baltic States - Gdynia Design Days’ 08, Gdansk, Poland
International festival of industrial design DESIGN ACT, Moscow, Russia


2007
International festival of industrial design DESIGN ACT, Moscow, Russia

2006
Design Innovation Awards, Moscow, Russia
Prague Toy Fair, Czech Republic
MIDO Exhibition, Milan, Italy
SaloneSatellite I Saloni WorldWide, Moscow, Russia
ORGATEC, Cologne, Germany


2005
Design Innovation Awards, Moscow, Russia
Promosedia International Chair Exhibition, Udine, Italy
SaloneSatellite I Saloni WorldWide, Moscow, Russia


2004
iF Design Award Exhibition, Hanover, Germany
International festival of architecture and interior design, Moscow, Russia
Salone dell‘ Arredo Bagno, Milan, Italy
100% Design, Moscow, Russia
Il Salone del Mobile, GROHE showroom, Milan, Italy
Design Innovation Awards, Moscow, Russia


2003
Design Innovation Awards, Moscow, Russia

2001
"Without the name", Omsk, Russia

2000
Furniture Fair, Moscow, Russia

1999
"Made in Omsk", Omsk, Russia
 


The selection of contest works for the finals of the Innovative Design Award 2005 took place in the State Center of Modern Arts on 3rd March. The experts, invited by the organizing committee, picked out ten works for the following nominations: "Architecture", "Industrial design", "Graphic design".

Concept by Vadim Kibardin, lamp Led Tourch, entered the final in the “Industrial Design” nomination.

Peter Nover, the director of the MAK museum chose 10 most innovative architects from the DIA contestants. The contenders for the award in graphics were chosen by Rick Poinor, EYE magazine editor. Projects in the Industrial design section were judged by Alexander von Vegezak, the founder and head of Vitra Design Museum.



Whilst the finalists were being chosen, shortlists in three nominations were composed. The shortlisted projects were the ones, that didn't make it into the top tens, but were, in the experts' opinion, worthy of high appraisal and, in accordance with the main theme of the contest, had an innovative approach to design and architecture.



From 2nd to 4th June an exposition demonsrating the works of the finalist of the Design Innovations Award took place in Moscow.



As part of the exhibition the winners of DIA 2005 were defined. The participants presented their projects to the international jury: Shulan Kolatan, “Architecture” nomination; Alan Zilberstein, “Industrial Design”; Stephan Zagmeister “Graphics”. After the presentation, the awarding took place, during which the laureats of the Award were announced.

photo: Vadim Kibardin, designet.ru