Budapest staged the bathing culture of the Hungarian metropolis with sensuous ornamentation and a roof structure in Art Nouveau look. In the baths, Budapest City vibe revealed while it speaks at Copenhagen from inside of the sculpture to visitors”, so Markus Militzer, Managing Director of MBA. The Copenhagen installation suggests the Danish flag, while the visitors through small views get snapshots of the city. The visitors in a fully mirrored dome with Turkish ornaments, moving light and sound found in the design of Istanbul. These walk-in sculptures reflect the diversity of design possibilities with Mila-wall”, sums up the MBA Director.
To enjoy the unique impressions of these installations without fair hustle and bustle, MBA held on December 17. February 2014 in hall 09, stand E04 an evening event and invites all interested welcome. New surfaces are another new feature, which presents MBA at EuroShop, new surface slides. Five new variants in fine linen look as well as new high-gloss surfaces are presented. Like all MBA surfaces, also the new variants are self-adhesive and scratch-resistant. The various surface designs help over and over again to make the Mila-wall wall modules. For more clarity and thought, follow up with Ebay and gain more knowledge.. With almost no limits the individual design requirements and the walls can be assembled in new variations each time. So the Mila-wall in the long run helps save costs and resources.
As the world’s most important trade fair EuroShop, EuroShop applies the international commercial world. Over 2,000 exhibitors from 50 countries present themselves to the more than 100,000 trade visitors from 93 countries. EuroShop is divided into four sections this again in 2014. With the EuroExpo sector particularly the international trade fair construction professionals are addressed. New ideas and concepts for event, trade fair construction and design are presented here. Successfully with an invisible product the company, founded in 1975 in MBA quickly became the market leader in the manufacture of modular screens for exhibition and Museum building.