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DOMOTEX 2014 HANNOVER, GERMANY

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Mr. Yogesh Bansal and collegue from India in the Hall 15 showing us some of his carpets and pillows designs. Foto by Maria M. Del Risco
Mr. Yogesh Bansal and collegue from India in the Hall 15 showing us some of his carpets and pillows designs.
Foto by Maria M. Del Risco
Creative Weavers and their hand made Pillows (Foto by Maria M. Del Risco )
Creative Weavers and their hand made Pillows (Foto by Maria M. Del Risco )
Foto Maria M. Del Risco
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Maria M. Del Risco

DOMOTEX in Hannover is the world’s leading trade fair for carpets and floor coverings. The original DOMOTEX for carpets and floor coverings. The original DOMOTEX trade fair is a major global event for everyone involved in flooring. It is an absolute must for manufacturers designers, dealers, the skilled trades and the media.
In Hannover trade visitors from across the world come together with the leading players in the
international floor covering markets.

Walking around the Fair

Each DOMOTEX event has its own character and serves clearly defi ned markets. The audience of key buyers and distribution partners you meet are thus part of an established network in the respective region and country.
We walked around all the Fair during hours, my husband that lives here in Hannover more than 20 years always said to me that one the most beautiful Fairs in Hannover was Domotex, he was totally right !. We had the ooportunity to talked and share with some owners of carpets companies, designers , bussiness people with different views of the Europe markets.
My first impression cames from the Indian Hall , Creative Weavers ,the colours were so alive with unique designers of carpets and pillows, i was really total impress for all not only like a journalist, like a visitor and when i want to buy some of these products you have such a great wonderful variety that all your decisitions will be hard. Immediatly two business men started a nice conversation with us, the impression of them about the Fair and the market in Germany was very positive, this stand was in the Hall 15 , stand C-39 ,Mr. Yogesh Bansal talked to us about the designers were all are created of them and the hand work was really nice and delicated.

End-of-show Report 2014 DOMOTEX

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Foto by Domotex, Hannover Messe
Foto by Domotex, Hannover Messe
Approximately 45,000 visitors from more than 80 nations
DOMOTEX 2014 – the world’s flagship fair for carpets and floor coverings – came to a highly successful conclusion on Tuesday, January 14, having attracted a total of approximately 45,000 visitors from more than 80 nations. “DOMOTEX 2014 has delivered an impressive performance thanks to its uniquely international appeal, high attendance, the well-received ‘Innovations@DOMOTEX’ concept, plus a considerably more buoyant mood in the industry” stated Dr. Jochen Köckler as the Managing Board at Deutsche Messe responsible for DOMOTEX, who added: “Staging DOMOTEX as a key business platform and idea-giver at the outset of the year makes it an extremely attractive event for carpet and floor covering buyers and decision-makers from around the globe.”
1,350 companies from 57 different nations showcased their latest products and collections at the Hannover Exhibition Center, making a strong showing in terms of quality and innovativeness.
“The huge array of invitingly cozy carpets, sophisticated parquet and laminate flooring, stylish designer floor coverings, and masterful hand-woven rugs on display sported captivating designs and an astounding variety of materials, colors and patterns which all testify to the highly innovative spirit of the international floor coverings industry – an industry which is clearly in great shape for the upcoming season,” said Köckler. The mood in the exhibition halls made it clear that the mood in the industry had taken a considerable turn for the better, with exhibitors speaking of greatly improved business prospects and an anticipated upturn in sales.
(Foto: Domotex 2014 of Hannover Messe )

Balcones de la ciudad de Lima, Perú

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Los Balcones de Lima fueron construidos entre los siglos XVI y XVII utilizando maderas tales como rble,caoba y cedro existen otros de inspiración árabe, la mayoría de ellos se encuentran en el centro de la cuidad de Lima, capital de Perú. Un variedad digna de apreciar, fotografiar y sobretodo cuidar.

Los Balcones de Lima were built between the XVI and XVII using woods such as:
oak, mahogany and cedar are other Arab-inspired, most of them are in the center of the city of Lima, capital of Peru. A decent variety to appreciate, photograph and above all caring.

Interview with Anne Butterfield

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 A rainy day with full of people in Hannover, Germany, in the afternoon we have an interview with the English writer Anne Butterfield. A friendly figure with eyes that speak suddenly appears in the middle of the rain, the first I knew about her, was through the book of the German Comedian Hape Kerkeling that mentions that he met her in the famous Jacobs Way (Camino de Santiago)I was wondering why people decide to make this Jacobs  Way and to write step by step how this develops. Butterfield author of the book “Ich bin da noch mal hin” ( the tittle and the book is in German language and it was published on April in Germany), in a very nice and interesting talking told us about her experiences, about her book and her life.

 Anne for me is very special to talk with you , I know that you travel around the world Asia, Europe, Central und Latin America you was in my country and my city also Arequipa, Peru. Tell us a little of your travels and your life.
Yes, it was a fantastic travel years ago, I remember I was in Santa  Catalina Monastery in Arequipa, Peru all was white, I was living in Nicaragua some months also and I learned Spanish. I travel a lot, with my parents we use to go to Holidays to Mallorca, I like the culture and to know different languages. When I went to school we had walking trips, we went to Germany and Luxemburg also, we had a teacher that always walking in Georgia that where I am from and we started to walk the country side and that’s when I start to walk when I was 13 years old.
 
So, you can say that traveling is one of your passions?
Yes it is, to travel and Football is my passion. I studied Biology but I love and I am very interesting about religions too.
 
In 2001 is the first time you made Jacobs Way, you met Hape Kerkeling, author of the book “ Ich bin dann mal “, Kerkeling talked about  that he met a Biology teacher living in Liverpool. It was the starter of a friendship and the idea of the book?
The friendship with Hape Kerkeling started on 2001 on the Camino , he told me about his life in Germany and I told him stories about my life in England.
When I made the Camino in 2001 I was thinking about my problems, I was walking alone and thinking about myself and when I come back in 2010 I thought I am not going to make that this time, I will stop and search inside myself, I am going to watch what happens and if I can I am going to write about it.
 
To talk about your book we must start to talk about Jacobs Way, what did you discovered in Jacobs Way to you?
What I discovered in Jacobs Way is that if you stop to think about yourself all the time, if you look outside it is a lot more interesting, but also you start to understand the Jacobs Way. People helps you when you need, people are very nice on the Camino, sometimes you are very tired and you find that people are kind and friendly and I learn that you need help for other people and you cannot exist on your own, that is the most important thing of Jacobs Way and you should remember it when you return to normal life, you have to be open, you have to let people help you and you have to help other people.
 
How is your program of your reading tour in Germany?
My book was published on April 2012 and it was immediately in the shops, I wanted to see a little more of publicity so I decided to go in a reading tour in Germany; I try to got to have action into my own hands and meet people.
My job is to drive around Germany and read my book and share my experiences of the Camino with the people.
 
Jacobs Way is a spiritual way, where people have time to think about several things in life. Which are your experiences?
It was 7 weeks and I took my time, I stop for 2 days in several places to meet and talk to people, Lyon is my favorite place on the Camino, one of the important things  is that on the Camino you never meet arrogant people because people that make the Camino always working hard to do it. I will always remember the help that people gave to me.

Görlitz, la perla alemana

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Görlitz, la perla alemana

Görlitz es la ciudad más oriental de Alemania, sobrevivió intacta a la Segunda Guerra Mundial. El patrimonio arquitectónico pasa por todos los estilos: el barróco, renancentista, gótico y moderno. Hoy se cruza a Polonia por un puente sobre el río Neisse su magnífica arquitectura y escenarios de diversas épocas ha sido utilizado como protagonista de varias películas de Hollywood como “La vuelta al mundo en 80 días “, ” El Lector ” y “Basterds” de Tarantino y ahora se está rodando la pelicula “Goethe”. (Fotografía : Maria Del Risco )