Baxter presents the Baxter Gallery Moscow, a space inside a historic building along the Moskva River, built in 1962, which houses, in addition to a retail area, a permanent exhibition of urban planning.
Once work began on the Baxter Gallery, a particular mosaic was discovered depicting two architects from Moscow. In the background an old Russian with a beard, behind which the domes of St. Basil's Cathedral are visible, and below you can see a palace, similar to the Tretiyakovskaya Gallery.
In the foreground of the mosaic, you can admire a young builder of a socialist future, to the right of which we see building blocks for new panel buildings, as well as the recognizable silhouette of the Ostankino television tower.
The historical features of the space meet Baxter's original and modern design, giving visitors a unique and ambitious experience.
It is in this context that Baxter has decided to present part of the new Worldwilde 2021 collection, together with the best sellers that mark the history and identity of the company: the elegant and modern modular composition Piaf, the Budapest and Milano sofa by Paola Navone, the new modular concept, deliberately broken down, by Christophe Delcourt, the night project by Federico Peri embellished by the refinement of the accessories by Draga Obradovic; the dining room project with the precious Lagos table
A real House Gallery, where each piece has been "dressed", like a tailor, to make each set unique.
The new Baxter Gallery Moscow was presented on 11.11.2021 in a unique and enchanting blend where contemporary and exclusive furniture meets tradition and authentic details of the space.
Discover the new Baxter Gallery Moscow!
Berezhkovskaya Naberezhnaya, 4