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Salone del Mobile 2022 is getting closer! From7th to 12th June 2022Milan will host the Salone del Mobile at Fiera Milano Rho and will be celebrating the 60th milestone edition, showcasing luxury furniture to all the world. Are you ready to visit Milan’s biggest furniture design fair? In this article, you’ll find some of the best interior designs present in Salone del Mobile!

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BOCA DO LOBO WILL BE PRESENT AT SALONE DEL MOBILE 2022 | MEET US AT HALL 2, STAND B19

 Boca Do Lobo will be present at this iconic trade fair, as also our Partnerships Brands, like the CovetLUXXUCircuPullCastBRABBURug’Society, Maison Valentina, and Essential Home!

Get Inspired With A Selection Of The Best Interior Designs!

Living Room

LUXXU’s latest project reinvents Modern Design with an Arabian twist and keeps it majestic. The Meraki Palace in Qatar is an ode to luxury, demonstrating LUXXU’s ability to take on any project.

a luxury living room with an arabian vibe and decor

This living room, by LUXXU’s, pleasant colour combination exudes a sense of tranquillity while maintaining a vibrant flair.

cozy cream sofa, a orange armchhair and black and gold center table

What a cosy dining room by BRABBU with warm colours, that makes the room even more comfortable, right?

living room with an orange curvy armchair and a wood modern sideboard

A modern living with pastel colours and an orange curvy armchair by DelightFULL!

a cream modular sofa and a armchair

A contemporary living room with vibrant colours, by Essential Home!

a black and red rug

 Rug’Society has the best rugs for your living room!

luxury white sideboard with gold details and door handles

You can upgrade your furniture pieces with Gold Door Handles by PullCast and give a new look to your Interior Design.

See also: A Luxury Mid-Century House in Saint Tropez by Carlo Donati

Dining Room

classy dining room with a marble dining table and a gold and blue chair

A classy dining room by the iconic Boca do Lobo, with a marble Pietra Oval Estremoz, the Nº11 blue chair, and the Lumiere Console!

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PIETRA OVAL ESTREMOZ DINING TABLE
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Nº 11 LIGHT BLUE CHAIR
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LUMIERE CONSOLE
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modern green chair with a leon in the back

Soleil modern chair by Boca do Lobo is a synthesis of styles and senses. Inspired by the spirit and mission of the famous Cirque du Soleil, the purpose is to invoke, provoke and evoke.

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SOLEIL CHAIR
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neutral tones in a modern dining room with a gold suspension lamp, a marble dining table and orange chair

Did you already meet our Parisian Penthouse? In our multi-millionaire house, you can find a modern dining room with the Hera Suspension, Pietra Oval XL Estremoz Dining Table and, the Soleil chair.

Bonsai Dining Table

Extreme simplicitycontemporary and seductive power: these are the characteristics reflected in each detail that will make you fall in love at first glimpse. 

a green luxury dining tale
MEET THE EXCLUSIVE BONSAI DINING TABLE AT SALONE DEL MOBILE 2022
a luxury black dining table

With this stunning handcrafted piece of luxury furniture, this exclusive brand elevates design to another level.

a modern dining rooom with orange chairs, a wood dining table and a marble wall

Warm tones in a contemporary living room by BRABBU with orange modern chairs, a wood dining table, and an amazing marble wall!

TAKE A LOOK AT THIS EXCLUSIVE DINING ROOM

A dining room by DelightFULL, with pastel colours, a colourful rug and amazing blue chairs!

luxury blue chairs
luxury blue chairs

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Bathroom

luxury gold freestanding

With the Eden Freestanding and a marvellous marble wall, this bathroom project by Maison Valentina as a unique environment!

luxury black diamond freestanding

Another amazing bathroom with the Diamond Freestanding by Boca Do Lobo X Maison Valentina!

a luxury black marble wall with a white and gold freestanding

modern and luxurious bathroom with Lapiaz Freestanding By Boca do Lobo x Maison Valentina!

Stay with us to discover more news about Salone Del Mobile 2022!

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Innovative designs with natural stones at Casa Decor 2022

Marble, granite and quartzite are materials chosen by a good number of professionals at Casa Decor 2022 to give a unique touch to their spaces. Capable of transforming any room in the house into a personal and stylish environment, natural stones have become an essential material in the world of interior design, not only for covering floors and walls or making countertops, but also for shaping pieces with great personality and beauty.

This year, moreover, committed to the #CasaDecorSustainable campaign,  initiated at  Casa Decor 2020  to promote sustainability, the majority of participating companies are taking part in the Exhibition with a wide range of products produced with organic, renewable, recyclable and biodisposable raw materials, as well as as with recycled materials, without losing its decorative appeal. Here we present some of the designs that are setting trends.

MarbleSpain, warmth and beauty

A multitude of projects in collaboration with hundreds of architects, interior designers and decorators have made the members of Stone Capture by Marmolspain, infallible  “advisors in natural stone” . In this edition of Casa Decor, several participating professionals have found in the stones of this Spanish firm an excellent point of support to give that special touch in the decoration of their spaces.

The Casa Decor “New Eclipse” Auditorium , designed by Miriam Alía for the Technogym firm, was born with the idea of ​​projecting a different sensitivity and returning to essential and intrinsic needs: the energy of the sun and our well-being. To achieve that tranquility in the space, the designer has chosen a palette of warm tones among her materials, so the Miele Onyx from MarmolSpain used in the presentation table makes this a very special piece in keeping with the tones of the space.

For the firm Ron Matusalem on its 150th anniversary, Marta Sánchez Zornoza has created a sensory project that takes us to the Caribbean. In this space, the natural stone of MarmolSpain has become the main element, chosen by the decorator in shades of tan, green and white that evoke liquor, the sea and light. Using the Ungravity Sistem cutting technique , a system that allows thicknesses of between 6 and 12 mm to be obtained, reducing the weight of the stone for its application on walls and furniture, with the Purple Vulcano and Red Onyx models, the bench, tasting tables and the walls and ceiling. While, the Pakistan Green Onyxand the backlit White Onyx , shine on the bottle racks and the counter, respectively.

Cupa Stone, sustainable and ecological

For Cupa Stone, Casa Decor 2022 will be its fifth consecutive participation. As in previous editions, the materials of this expert company in natural stone is present with its products that, based on a noble and ecological material such as natural stone, have become benchmarks in the broad sector of interior design. This year, the brand shows unique and innovative materials from its catalog in two Exhibition Spaces.

The interior designers Meritxell Ribé and Josep Puigdoménech, creative directors at  The Room Studio,  have created a multipurpose space  that can perfectly be located in  a hotel hall,   in a  private home  or in a  public place. This multipurpose space creates a perfect balance between the modernity of its design and the elegance of the Cupa Stone natural stone. From the Calacatta Viola of the countertop, through the floor in Caliza Blanco Paloma, to the wall in Caliza Campaspero, natural stone helps to create a unique and aesthetically matchless space.

The Bang & Olufsen “Home Cinema” Space, designed by Cristina Remírez and Jerome Le Fouillé of Disak Studio , is inspired by the exclusivity of details, like the interior of a high-end car, where the fusion between noble materials , such as leather, wood and natural stone, among others, reflect quality and comfort”. The timeless, sophisticated and elegant style of the space can be seen in the countertop of the wine cellar, made of Iron Red granite in a spectacular shade of red with black and white veining.

Marble Sun, dreamlike textures

Fran Casinello , at the head of the Mandalay studio, has designed the Flamme Rouge suite, which is pure emotion. Without following any trend, they offer us an impressive, daring and timeless space, full of pure lines contrasted with very powerful organic touches. At the back of the space, a  daytime bathroom area has been created, in which a pair of Indra Onix washbasins have been placed, from the exclusive Infinity series in a Mirror finish,superimposed on the back, also in onyx. Its pattern of lights and shadows, the result of its translucent composition, make this material the cornerstone of the design. The pure and crystalline white of this backlit onyx, with an almost dreamlike texture, provides a touch of elegance and distinction to the space.

Cristina Espejo and Marta Goyanes have created a large bathroom designed as a space to spend many moments dedicated to our physical and emotional well-being. In the washbasin area, a piece of furniture designed for Strohm has been placed, in matte nickel-effect sheet metal and a stone countertop, by Mármoles Sol, which contrasts with the dark wood niches.

Levantina, large format natural stone

For more than a decade Levantina has been making its exclusive products available to the professionals who participate in Casa Decor to help them create unique, welcoming and impressive settings. Floors, walls, countertops, tables and decorative objects made with natural stone and the large-format Techlam porcelain tile.

In the COAATM space  The technical architect and the art of dissecting,  César Ávila Rodríguez , from CA Interiorismo, has created a calm bathroom with great visual power that allows one to see the artisanal and manual part of the various layers of the construction process. In this space,  Levantina has been responsible for covering the bathroom with an elegant floor and a wide skirting board in Staccato natural stone , one of Naturamia’s new proposals,  whose veins and patterns offer a prominent presence in the space.

The Bao Proyectos team has been in charge of creating the Oplontis kitchen for the firm Asko, an elegant and minimalist space, in which the central island stands out, for which the Syrah countertop , from the Naturamia collection , has been chosen. Gray, brown, ocher and reddish tones give life to the oxidized and industrial aesthetic characteristic of this quartzite that combines the typical colors of corten steel with the beauty of a rocky and natural landscape, merging with the space in perfect harmony.

« Living the future », the space created by  Simona Garufi for the Thermomix firm  , is a living room with a futuristic kitchen, which looks like the interior of a spaceship. To cover the floor of this futuristic environment, the interior designer has chosen the luminous and timeless  Crystallo, which recalls the delicate appearance of marble. It is a Techlam porcelain tile with a white surface traversed by imperfect and delicate curved lines, which transports the visitor to the surface of a planet.

Nasrid spaces, elegance and naturalness

This firm from Granada stands out for working with materials as was done in past centuries, according to ancient craft techniques, with which it manages to capture the beauty and showiness of materials from other times. It is also a form of ecological construction, with walls, floors and ceilings that breathe freely, in harmony with the environment, free of plastics and polluting chemical agents.

A marvelous Mediterranean limestone floor extends throughout the Technogym Space, designed by Miriam Alía. It is an asymmetrical exploded view , in perfect harmony with the marked deconstructivist trend that Miriam Alía has imagined in the design process of the Casa Decor 2002 Auditorium.

“InspiraciOHM 180º” is the space that Strohm Teka presents at Casa Decor 2022, by the interior design studio Espejo & Goyanes. The vaulted area for the shower moment has a spectacular geometric floor with limestone cutting, produced by Espacios Nazaríes, which is completed with a handmade skirting board with an old “Rojo Torcal” marble.

Cuellar Stone, natural stone in 3D

This leading company in 3D stone projects and products comes to Casa Decor for the first time to show the infinite possibilities that natural stone and compact surfaces offer in the world of interior design. Its innovative application in furniture, organic murals and design elements is raising great expectations among visitors to our Exhibition.

“A dream experience”, is the hotel suite designed by Estudio   Muher as a corner of experiences through sensations, twists and textures found in nature. In the bathroom area, the shower made entirely of white Macael marble stands out, showing its different applications and textures. This material has been used both for the cladding, in a honed finish, and for the shower tray, in a sandblasted finish. Also in the cladding, a decorative relief in the form of a flower stands out, giving the space uniqueness and exclusivity.

​With the modular and versatile furniture from the firm Tegar Mobel, the Madrid interior designer Jose Lara recreates ” Tegar Urban Stay “, a complete apartment in just  24 m2. Looking for design and functionality, on the wall facing the social area of ​​the apartment stands out a textured limestone cladding that houses the television, providing elegance and practicality to the environment.

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Miapetra, convex sinks

With its unique and unrepeatable designs, this Segovian firm, which is characterized by the innovation of its sinks made of natural stone, has been part of our Exhibition since the Casa Decor 2019 edition.

At Casa Decor 2022, he collaborates on the public toilets on the ground floor, “A roman bath” designed by Somos2Studio. Its new De he ZYL Convex models preside over the washbasin area, with a unique design characterized by its simple and elegant lines, which does not go unnoticed by visitors to the Exhibition. With this new model, the relationship of respect and care for nature as well as for the traditions and craftsmanship that characterize this firm are reflected even more intensely, if possible.

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Milan will host the Salone del Mobile at Fiera Milano Rho, from 7th to 12th June 2022, and will be celebrating the 60th milestone edition, showcasing luxury furniture to all the world! Boca do Lobo will be present at this iconic trade fair, as also our partnerships brands, like theCovet, LUXXU, Circu, PullCast, BRABBU, Rug’Society, Maison Valentina, and Essential Home!

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Salone del Mobile

The Salone Internazionale del Mobile, which began in Milan in 1961 as a vehicle for promoting Italian exports of furniture and accessories, has become the global benchmark event for the furnishing and design industries.

The 60th edition of the Salone del Mobile Milano will beat Fiera Milano Rho from 7th to 12th June, celebrating this important milestone through the key values embedded in the event: quality, innovation, beauty and, now more than ever, sustainability.

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Courtesy Salone del Mobile.Milano, Andrea Mariani

The Salone Internazionale del Mobile is split into three style categoriesClassic, which draws on the values of tradition, craftsmanship and skill in the art of making furniture and objects in the classic style; Design, products that speak of functionality, innovation and boast a great sense of style and xLux, the section devoted to timeless luxury re-read in a contemporary key. 

salone del mobile
Courtesy Salone del Mobile.Milano, Andrea Mariani

Celebrating 60 years of Salone del Mobile, this year’s program is focused on creativity and innovation and wants Milan to be an accelerator of green diplomacy. Reflecting the ecological transition in the design world, the event has its primary mission to show that it is possible and crucial to incorporate sustainability in furniture design and production without letting go of creativity and freedom.

More information:
Opening hours: 9.30 am – 6.30 pm
Open to the general public on 11 and 12 June
Open to students on 10, 11 and 12 June

BOCA DO LOBO- HALL 2, STAND B19

Discover a magnificent contemporary avant-garde living space concept at Salone del Mobile 2022, with Boca do Lobo!

Boca do Lobo will be present at the Salone del Mobile, Milan’s biggest furniture design fair, and this edition will be very special for us! Located in Pavilion 2-Stand B19 to C18, in a 187 m2 stand, the biggest the brand has ever had, this residence will lead the visitors on a sensitive journey through the best design and craftsmanship techniques.

This living space will represent the capacity and versatility of the brand to decorate and be present in the different areas of a residence and combine comfort and functionality with beauty and art. With two living rooms, two dining rooms, one master bedroom, and one bathroom space, the brand will be showcasing 11 new designs, together with some of its most wanted.

Boca do Lobo will take the visitors through a sensitive journey in only one space, mixing ancient craftsmanship techniques with challenging technological innovations, finding beauty and luxury between these two antagonistic concepts. New remarkable launches and time-honored masterpieces will coexist in this immersive space, demonstrating the timelessness of Boca do Lobo designs and its capacity to innovate and reinvent itself!

See also: Metamorphosis Center Table A Luxury Furniture That Breaks Creative Boundaries

Our partnerships brands Will Be at Salone del Mobile

COVET, LUXXU, CIRCU, PULLCAST – HALL 2, STAND C18

In the Stand of Covet, LUXXU, Circu and PullCast you will find a fine selection of luxury furniture!

BRABBU, RUG’SOCIETY- HALL 3, STAND D20

Brabbu and Rug’Society, will show contemporary home furniture!

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MAISON VALENTINA- HALL 22, STAND F20

With the best bathroom projects, Maison Valentina we’ll present new exclusive bathroom furniture to inspire you to upgrade your bathroom!

ESSENTIAL HOME, HALL 2, STAND C20

Inspired by the Mid Century Era, Essential Home, will show some finest furniture with a classic and glamorous vibe!

Stay with us to discover more news about Salone del Mobile!

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Japan: Courts and Culture: The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace

This exhibition explores British royal encounters with Japan over a period of 350 years.

From samurai armour sent to James I in 1613, to a Coronation gift for HM The Queen in 1953, Japanese treasures have reached the British Court through trade, travel and treaties.

Each object on display reflects materials and techniques particular to Japan. Uniquely, many were commissioned or presented by the Japanese Imperial Family. Together, they reveal the ceremonial, diplomatic and artistic exchange linking the two courts of East and West.

… an exquisite, intricate, truly diverting parade of treasures ★★★★

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The Royal Collection holds some of the most significant examples of Japanese art and design in the western world. For the first time, highlights from this outstanding collection are brought together to tell the story of 300 years of diplomatic, artistic and cultural exchange between the British and Japanese royal and imperial families. The exhibition includes rare pieces of porcelain and lacquer, samurai armour, embroidered screens and diplomatic gifts from the reigns of James I to Her Majesty The Queen. Together, they offer a unique insight into the worlds of ritual, honour and artistry linking the courts and cultures of Britain and Japan.

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Description

This splendid and understated armour was sent to James I of England by Tokugawa Hidetada, third son of Tokugawa Ieyasu, who ruled as the second shōgun of the Tokugawa dynasty from 1605 to 1623. Some sources have suggested that the armour may once have been owned by Takeda Katsuyori (1546 – 82), a daimyō who had fought, and lost, against Tokugawa Ieyasu at the Battle of Tenmokuzan in 1582.

The armour is of the body-wrapped (dōmaru) type, which hinges around the body and fastens on the right. The ‘pumpkin-shaped’ helmet (akodanari kabuto) is signed by Iwai Yozaemon, one of the main armourers to the ruling Tokugawa family. Armours by Iwai Yozaemon in other European royal collections indicate that this was a popular diplomatic gift from the Tokugawa family, easily available from a regular and reliable source.

The helmet has a very wide, almost flat neck guard (shikoro), small turn-backs (fukikaeshi) and visor (mabizashi) decorated in gold lacquer with stylised clouds. The akodanari helmet has prominent vertical rivet lines and is lacquered black. A raised area at the back of the helmet bowl may have been designed to accommodate the chonmage, the samurai hairstyle which consisted of a shaved pate with the hair oiled and tied at the back of the head in a queue. This distinctive form of helmet was extremely popular during the Muromachi period (1392–1573) and the traditional style would have appealed to the Tokugawa family who were conservative in their tastes. The face-mask (sōmen) has a fearsome appearance, although the whiskers have possibly been trimmed over the years.

Much of the armour is laced in red and blue silk in a chequerboard pattern. The lamellae (kozane) are individual pieces of iron lacquered and laced together – a technique known as hon-kozane (‘true’ kozane), which creates a more flexible armour.

Continuing the conservative style, the shoulder guards (sode) are very large for an armour of this period. The solid iron upper areas of the cuirass () are decorated with gold lacquer dragons whose red lacquer tongues chase stylised clouds, possibly symbolising the Buddhist pearl of enlightenment, on a black lacquer ground. The rims (fukurin) and other metal fittings are of engraved and pierced shakudō and gilt-copper alloy. Interestingly, the small fittings to secure the cuirass have a discreet motif of a paulownia (kiri) leaf, an imperial symbol later adopted by the Tokugawa family. The sleeves (kote) are decorated in a similar fashion and have fine, though faded, silk with auspicious motifs and areas of iron mail. The greaves (suneate) are decorated with further stylised clouds in gold lacquer on black.

Text adapted from Japan: Courts and Culture (2020).

Provenance

Sent to James I by Shōgun Tokugawa Hidetada, 1613

This is one of the ‘two varnished armours’ given to Captain John Saris of the East India Company at Edo on 19 September 1613. Saris returned to Plymouth with the gifts in September 1614, but no account of their delivery to James I survives. The pair were almost certainly the first Japanese armours to arrive in Britain. By the mid-seventeenth century, they appear to have been separated, for only one was recorded at the Tower of London in 1660. The present armour was stored in a lacquer box in the Armoury at St James’s Palace, where it was inventoried in 1649–51 by the Commonwealth government for the posthumous sale of Charles I’s possessions. At that time, it was described as an ‘Indian Armor’ and purchased by Major Bas on 23 October 1651 for £10.

Following the Interregnum, the armour was returned to the Royal Collection, but confusion about both pieces’ provenance abounded. The armour at the Tower was for example described in 1662 as a present to Charles II ‘from the Emperor Mougul’, in India. As late as 1916, the present armour was confused with another in the Royal Armouries which had in fact been given to Philip II of Spain in 1585. At that time, it was in reality mounted on the wall of the Grand Vestibule at Windsor Castle, with other Japanese items from the Royal Collection.

Source & Photos: ROYAL COLLECTION TRUST

Casa Decor 2022 begins!

From April 7 to May 22, the doors of Casa Decor 2022 will remain open , an unmissable event for interior design, design, innovation and lifestyle. More than 200 companies and professionals have transformed the Goya 89 building and designed 57 spaces, with different proposals, styles and housing solutions. All impeccably executed.

Casa Decor 2022 is a very special edition because we celebrate, together with all lovers of design and interior design, its 30th anniversary. Throughout these three decades, Casa Decor has become a benchmark for decoration in Spain; a unique interior design exhibition in Europe where, edition after edition, great professionals are made known and new trends are presented. products, materials and ways of living.

We present some of the spaces that you will find on the route of the Exhibition.

The English Court Space

our sponsor

The renowned company  El Corte Inglés, sponsor of Casa Decor 2022, has designed a neoclassical-inspired apartment, with eclectic furniture and a fusion of Asian, Provençal and Castilian style pieces. Located on the sixth floor, with magnificent terraces open to the Madrid sky, “El Ático” has been designed by the  Decor Studio team,  the El Corte Inglés interior design studio. There, all visitors to Casa Decor will be able to discover a wide range of furniture and accessories for the home of El Corte Inglés.

Craft Space Castilla-La Mancha by Tomás Alía

Institutional presence

The Casa Decor 2022  edition has four institutional presences: Crafts from Castilla La-Mancha, promoted by the CLM Community; Danish Design+ , an initiative of the Embassy of Denmark to present 15 renowned Danish design brands; ITA-Italian Trade Agency , an entity through which the Italian government favors the economic-commercial development of Italian companies in foreign markets, and the COAATM, the College of Quantity Surveyors and Technical Architects of Madrid.

Tomás Alia,  together with his team from Estudio Caramba, has been in charge of designing the  Castilla-La Mancha Craft Space , located on the first floor. The project ” Contemporary platform for women from Castilla La Mancha ” highlights the fusion of craftsmanship with contemporary design, and integrates the artistic creations of a plastic artist and fifteen craftsmen from the region (from potters and ceramists to glaziers or carpenters, among others).

Artisans who collaborate in the space: Reyes García (leather goods); César Mota (metalworker); Rocío Díaz (restorer); Juan Carlos Jimenez (carpenter); Pepita Alía (labrandera); Sergio Rosa (weaver); Juan Antonio Escobar (ceramist); Álvaro Calvo (ceramist); Luis Machi (glazier); Ramón Recuero (smith and blacksmith); San Julián Gold Embroidery Crafts (embroiderers); Francisco Nava (potter); Francisco Agudo (potter); Gregorio Cabra (producer of natural fiber objects); Laura Nava (ceramist). With the collaboration of: Elena Poblete (plastic artist)

The JUNG company participates with its mechanisms.

Danish Design+ Space by Erico Navazo

For the second consecutive year, the  Embassy of Denmark trusts  Erico Navazo  to design its space in Casa Decor and that we can see on the fifth floor of Goya 89: ” Danish  Eclectic ”  a project that reflects the essential values ​​of Danish design and the creative spirit of the interior designer.

Also participating in Espacio Danish Design+ are : JUNG (mechanisms); APE GROUP (ceramic floor and wall tiles) and ESCAYOLA SAZ (cornices).

In addition, the Danish companies: &Tradition; Astep; Bang & Olufsen; ball; 101 Copenhagen; Detail CPH; Gabriel Fabrics; House of Finn; Juhl; KVIK; Le Klint; Louis Poulsen; Madam Stoltz; One Collection; Tilde Grynnerup and Velux.

Space ITA-Italian Agency for Foreign Trade by Raúl Martins
Italy participates for the first time in Casa Decor to spread the sustainability, technology, design and tradition of Italian companies. In ” Espacio Italia “, the interior designer Raúl Martins has designed a suite where novelties from different brands of furniture and decoration are presented, with the aim of giving visibility to the craftsmanship and industry of “made in Italy”, a standard of good taste and of design in the world.
In Espacio Italia have also participated: NATUZZI ITALIA (sofa and side tables); LAMINAM (sintered stone flooring); MODBAR (express coffee maker) and ESCAYOLA SAZ (wall mural).

And the Italian companies: Arpa Industriale; cyclotte; dedar; Devon&Devon; Tuscan Erbarium; Grassi Pietre; Mastrotto Group; Laminam; Mariantonia Urru; Mason Editions; Natuzzi Italy; Eleven Milano; PLH®; Potomak Studio; Sicis; Simone Cenedese Murano; Soff-Art The Pillow Atelier, and Siwa Soft Style Home.

Quantity Surveyors of Madrid
The COAATM  participates in the Exhibition with its own space designed by César Ávila, from CA Interiorismo, winner of the ideas contest to structure, design and organize the space of the Official College of Quantity Surveyors and Technical Architects of Madrid at Casa Decor. The project ” The technical architect and the art of dissecting ” delves into the dissection of the layers of the construction process as a path to follow to achieve the works.

Also participating in the space were: JACOB DELAFON (sanitary fittings, furniture and taps); LEVANTINA (floor and baseboards in Naturamia natural stone) and LLADRÓ (decorative figures).

Prodis Foundation Space by Devesa & Agenjo

Prodis Foundation: Solidarity Space

In this edition, Casa Decor supports and gives visibility to the great work offered by the  Prodis Foundation,  an entity committed to people with intellectual disabilities to help them in their personal development and their inclusion in the workplace. It has its own space on the ground floor, ” 470 thanks “, designed by Ane Devesa and José Agenjo, from  Devesa & Agenjo Interiorismo.

The following have also collaborated in the project: NEOLITH (pedestals); TURN (mechanisms); ECOCLAY (clay mortar); PAINTINGS MOUNTED (painting); TUBES RADIATORI (thermofan); ORAC DECOR (baseboard); DELAMORA (furniture); APE GROUP (ceramic floor and wall tiles); ARITCO (elevator); KOO INTERNATIONAL (seats); CHEERFUL VIEW (decorative figures); AROMAS DEL CAMPO (sconces and lamps); ELITES (textiles); MISIA CASAMANCE (cushions); ORMO’S (poofs); PERALTA VIDAVI (ceiling lamp); YELLOW KORNER (photography); CEMENT DESIGN (side tables) and KAYMANTA (carpet).

Exhibitors Panel by Helena Rocha

Exhibitors Panel

This year the  Exhibitors Panel,  where all the information related to the companies taking part in the exhibition can be found, is a design by HELENAROCHA architecture. Under the name of  “ Siesta Room  , the Brazilian architect has created a space that invites you to disconnect, with natural and sustainable materials .

Official space collaborators: EL VÍNCULO ALEJAIRÉN (white wine DO La Mancha); NATUZZI ITALIA (chaise-longue and armchair); TARIMATEC (technical wood decorative profile); ECOCLAY (clay mortar) and TERRACONTI (continuous terrazzo flooring).

Technogym Space by Miriam Alía

The auditorium

The Casa Decor 2022 auditorium is the Technogym Space  “ New Eclipse ”, designed by  Miriam Alía.  The interior designer has organized the space into various environments. One of them is specially conditioned for conferences, press conferences and round tables  and the other is a modern room where the Power Personal elliptical cross trainer from the Personal family, designed by Antonio Citterio for Technogym, is exhibited.

The following have also participated in the Technogym Space : SODASTREAM (water gasification machines); PAINTINGS MOUNTED (paintings); HAGER (mechanisms and home automation); CEMENT DESIGN (cement coating); NAZARÍES SPACES (paving and decorative pieces); KA INTERNATIONAL (textiles); OLIVA ILUMINACIÓN (technical lighting and consultancy); STONE CAPTURE BY MARMOLSPAIN (table for speakers) and TORINCO (windows).

Modular GM Space by Nothin Studio

The restaurant

” Mono Viejo ” is the name of the restaurant at Casa Decor 2022, a project by Nothing Studio  for the company GM Modular , a leading manufacturer of switches and electrical solutions for the home. In the design of the space, the combination of industrial and natural materials with innovative proposals provided by technology stands out. One more year, Life Gourmet Catering, together with Ramón Freixà, will be the official operators of the restaurant, with a varied gastronomic proposal and the highest quality.

Official collaborators of Espacio GM Modular: DOMINIO FOURNIER (red wine DO Ribera del Duero); EL VÍNCULO ALEJAIRÉN (white wine DO La Mancha); SODASTREAM (water gasification machines); MATUSALEM RUM; TANQUERAY NO. TEN (gin); TARIMATEC (technical wood); TEGAR MOBEL (wine cellar and shelves); COORDONNÉ (ecological paints); INTERNATIONAL ART (wallpaper); CEMENT DESIGN (microcement coatings); ORAC DECOR (moldings); VELUX (roof window in patio); FERROMAGNO (stools and tables); MODBAR (coffee pot); LAPITEC (sintered stone); MUSEUM SURFACES (ceramic flooring); KA INTERNATIONAL (textiles); KRISKADECOR (aluminum curtains); MOBLIBERICA (chairs and tables) and STOKKE (Tripp Trapp chair).

Ron Matusalem Space by Marta Sánchez Zornoza

official drinks

Ron Matusalem  opens its own space at Casa Decor 2022: « Tasting Room » , by Marta Sánchez Zornoza, a sensory space that takes us to the Caribbean, where different Matusalem rums are presented.

Other companies that have collaborated in the space are: NIESSEN (mechanisms); BATHCO (washbasin and taps); ECOCLAY (mortar and clay paint); TERRACONTI (terrazzo bench) and STONE CAPTURE BY MARMOLSPAIN (marble cladding).

Left: Tanqueray No. TEN is a unique gin made with fresh citrus fruit (natural white grapefruits, Florida oranges and limes), which can be tasted in the restaurant and will be present in different spaces of the Exhibition.

Right: Alejairén, from Bodegas El Vínculo, DO La Macha, is the official white wine of the 57th edition of Casa Decor. It is an intense straw yellow color, clean and bright, and due to its nuances with balsamic and toasted notes, the perfect white to accompany starters and main dishes such as rice, pasta and fish.

Iza: Dominio Fournier,  DO Ribera del Duero, is the official red wine of Casa Decor 2022. It is a totally artisanal wine made from home-grown grapes in a land bounded by the course of the Duero River that embraces vineyards with more than 60 years of history.

Right: SodaStream ‘s sparkling water machines will also be a part of this year’s Show. Visitors to Casa Decor will have the opportunity to learn about its ease of use and the quality of the sparkling water.

Prodis Foundation Space by Devesa & Agenjo Interior Design

Entrance to the Exhibition

The  Comad Arquitectos  team has been in charge of designing the  Must Wanted Space,  winner of  the 2021 Casa Decor Audience Award.  Beatriz Enríquez Amo and Teresa Enríquez Amo have converted the entrance of the magnificent building that hosts this year’s edition into « Temple 89 «, an elegant space that welcomes the visitor.

Other companies that have participated in the space are: COSENTINO (Dekton sculptures); OLIVA ILUMINACIÓN (lamp and technical lighting) and MADRID FLOWER SCHOOL (flower installation).

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The return of Design Miami/ is set to happen next month, from December 1-5. Following last year’s cancellation, this design event goes along with the revival of live art and design fairs. Exploring the theme of Human King, and how design can impact the world for the better, the famous Design Miami returns for its 17th edition, with a new curatorial director, Wava Carpenter. 

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Instead of the traditional location of the Miami Beach Convention Center, Design Miami/ will be in Pride Park and feature more than 35 gallery and Curio exhibitions to be displayed alongside a lineup of amazing partnerships and collaborations. Besides, the fair will assume a hybrid format, standing between a physical and digital platform. All the artworks exhibited will be available at the fair online platform.

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Extraño 1, 2021 by Tanya Aguiñiga at Volume Gallery.

The 17th edition of Design Miami/ brings a myriad of reasons for celebration –  from returning to our home in Pride Park to our Human Kind theme, which will look at how design can play a role in shaping the world for the better. As we continue to see the collectible design market grow, in both physical and digital spaces, we’re pleased to also welcome many new members to the Design Miami/ family – galleries, curios and partners – all of which are bringing thoughtful contributions to the fair.

Jennifer Roberts, CEO of Design Miami/

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Glazed Vessel by Estelle Halper at Moderne Gallery

The practice of design, at its heart, has always aimed to create a better future. But in recent years, as the global challenges that humanity faces have approached existential proportions, the future that designers envision increasingly demands a fundamental reorientation of what it means to be human in this world, calling on all of us to become better stewards of nature and of each other.

Wava Carpenter, Design Miami/’s curatorial director

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The main theme for this year’s edition is Human Kind, connecting to design-led visions for a more equitable and interconnected future. The creative minds operating at ground-breaking design thinking will bring together works, ideas, and presentations to set dialogues about the state of the world, and what direction should it follow. The participating galleries and artists worked to respond to this theme.

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Karuizawa chair, 1935 by George Nakashima at Moderne Gallery.

Designers and collectors might be trying to find a way to escape from reality, as they create extraordinary forms that evoke another time and place. A rising trend among artists, it can find two expressions: the fantastical (exuberant, vibrant, and surreal), and the primordial (a minimalistic yet striking aura). Objective Gallery will display different artworks, produced by modern artists, exploring this duality.

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‘The Bedroom’, 2021 by Harry Nuriev at harrynuriev

Ceramics is one of the materials of the moment, working as an ideal medium for storytelling., especially autobiographical and sociological stories, which resonate deeply with audiences in this time of disruption and separation. Design Miami/ will present a stone representation of both contemporary and historical ceramics, with exhibitions by Southern Guild, Friedman Benda, Moderne Galler, Mindy Solomon, and Hostler Burrows.

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NN Bar Cabinet, 2021 by Khaled El Mays at House of Today

Some of the most famous galleries and artists will also be present at Design Miami/. Thriving in the collectable design market, both vintage and contemporary, masterpieces by Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand, George Nakashima, Harry Bertoia, Joaquim Tenreiro, and Verner Panton will be some of the stars of this year’s event, while contemporary highlights are found in works by Daniel Arsham, Katie Stout, the Haas Brothers, and more.

Also, Curio is an exhibition platform that will present a diverse range of 19 curios that question and respond to the theme of Human Kind. This platform is part of Design Miami’s program and invites designers, architects, curators, innovators, and gallerists to present total environments of objects, textures, artefacts, and ideas that challenge and contextualize familiar design narratives.

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OrtaMiklos Plantasia Tree Lamp at Friedman Benda

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FIAC, International Contemporary Art Fair

from 21 October 2021 to 24 October 2021

For several days each year, Paris becomes the world capital of contemporary art with the FIAC, the International Contemporary Art Fair. A veritable institution recognized worldwide, the FIAC is an opportunity for the public to discover the latest developments in contemporary art, through works by some of the most famous artists in the world.

In total, some 1,500 artists show their work for the 75,000 spectators to see in the aisles of the Grand Palais Ephémère, the Tuileries Gardens, the Musée Eugène Delacroix and Place Vendôme.

The FIAC is also the occasion for an artist residing in France, or of French origin, to be awarded the prestigious Marcel Duchamp Prize, which brings with it international recognition. Like all fairs, the FIAC is also a marketplace where the works of art change hands and professionals meet. Each year, there is much speculation in the press about the price of various works of art, which contributes to establishing the legitimacy of the artists.

Audience

All public

PRICES AND TIMES

Prices and times

Thursday 21 and Friday 22 October from noon to 8pm ; Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 October from noon to 7pm.

€40. Reduced price: €27

PLACE

Tout Paris

The capital is the setting each year for the organisation of major cultural, sport and festive events… So Parisians, French and tourists meet on the quays of Paris for Paris Plages, Nuit Blanche, the Paris Marathon, the Roland Garros Grand Slam tournament, the Tour de France , the fireworks of July 14th at the Trocadero, the LGBT Pride March, the Techno Parade … A varied program throughout the year!

 

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Just a few steps away from the Champs-Elysées the new Beefbar Paris restaurant opened its doors with a stunning interior design project by Humbert & Poyet, the top architects brought to life the richness of this Art Noveau Jewel. Let’s take a look!

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After Monaco, Hong Kong and Mexico, the partnership between Ricardo Giraudi, creator of the Beefbar restaurant concept in 2005, and interior designers Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet continues.

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During World War II, the old dining room of the Langham Hotel in Paris was bricked up to hide it from the Nazis because it housed a work of art created in 1898 by the architect Emil Hurtré and painted by Jules Wielhosrki.


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Respect for this masterpiece was to be the linchpin of the project, but it was imperative that it be restored as it deserved. To do this, they brought together the best craftsmen, mirror makers, painters and decorators who were ready to once again give this jewel the splendor of times gone by.

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This historical and aesthetic pattern inspired the studio, accustomed to creating elegant and special environments, to play on the contrast between the ancient and the extremely contemporary, “a love game between sobriety and eccentricity”, as they say themselves, repainting the imposing work in the spirit of ancient times in shades of green and bronze.

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Beefbar Paris | Humbert & Poyet | Potography: Francis Amiand

Saturated colors and modern furnishings contrast with the industrial ceiling and black and minimalist exterior. Art Nouveau-inspired carpets and Art Deco motifs, all a vivid nod to the city’s rich design history.

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Beefbar Paris | Humbert & Poyet | Potography: Francis Amiand
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When merging the concept of luxury and design, furniture gets a new level! Luxury Home Furniture brings an immersive high-end ambience, with a luxury touch, that is just perfect for those looking for the best in contemporary design! Inspiration and Ideas selected iconic luxury home furniture ideas for the most discerning minds!

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Luxury Home Furniture Ideas For Your Entryway

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With gorgeous pieces like this, you can add the ultimate luxury to your hallway and create a one-of-a-kind environment.

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A luxurious statement, that’s how we feel about this entryway! Designed by Tarek Kharbotly, for BD Italia Dubai, with our Lapiaz black console table.

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Sometimes the tendency is to create a neutral design in your entryway. But why not bring your interior to life and combine a more dynamic colour scheme? This modern grey velvet armchair pairs beautifully with the chandelier and the contrasting colour of the wall.

Luxury Home Furniture Ideas For Your Dining Area

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Inspired by the sculpted arches from the bar in the classic movie Casablanca, this Bar Chair is a timeless and unforgettable piece that will look incredible in any kitchen.

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If you want to make your neutral design stand out, add a piece with a colour that brings the whole space to life, like these dining chairs. Sometimes all you need is a velvet touch in your interior.

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This stunning dining room features a big dining table in walnut wood that is paired with dining chairs in velvet, designed by Studiopepe, and big Diamond mirrors for the illusion of space.

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If you want a perfect modern dining room, check out this example. Dining Chairs in beautiful white leather are combined graciously with a big dining table and a charming golden brass suspension lamp.

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Luxury Home Furniture Ideas For Your Living Room

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The living room could be more than just a place to unwind and spend quality time with family and friends. This is a place where you can really show off your interior design.

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A living room decorated in brown tones conveys a lot of comforts.

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No matter how many style options we consider, white interiors will always be a trend in the design world. And this example is no exception. This grey velvet armchair combined with this woody bookcase makes the perfect duo for a modern living room.

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Who doesn’t love a green velvet armchair with a wooden bookcase featuring golden accents? It’s the perfect living room corner for any home.

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If you are looking for a sofa that can fill the entire soul of your living room, that will be the centre of attention for all your guests and that has a strong and elegant presence!

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Soleil Armchair is a synthesis of styles and senses. Inspired by the spirit and mission of the famous Cirque de Soleil, the purpose is to invoke, provoke and evoke. Soft, sultry curves gently embrace the sitter in this elegant vintage and contemporary style sofa. Except for the supreme levels of comfort, the armchair through the brass details perfectly complements the elegant lines of a timeless piece.

Luxury Home Furniture Ideas For Your Home Office

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Inside an opulent mansion in Paris, various collectable design pieces by Boca do Lobo are found framing the high-end lifestyle of its owner!

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A writing desk with a soulful and sleek visual, it features two cubic towers crafted from varnished walnut veneer with two doors made out of Nero Marquina marble.

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Luxury Home Furniture Ideas For Your Bedroom

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Pastel colours are the ideal choice for your kids’ bedroom.

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Comfort and extravagance are the two key characteristics of any master bedroom, and while every luxury bedroom gives these traits in spades, some bedrooms can accomplish perfection with a unique flair.

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This luxurious bedroom has a lot of style and personality with the insertion of art and accessories. The grand velvet bed fits perfectly with the beautiful black suspension lamp.

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There is actually a chance of putting together a room that is sophisticated, not childish, but still stimulates your children’s imagination, take this one as an example.

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Boca do Lobo’s luxury closet seems like it came straight out of a dream. Featuring a central lounge area with our Imperfectio armchairs, covered in brass, giving the space an authentic and luxurious style.

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Luxury Home Furniture Ideas For Your Bathroom

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It’s hard to say goodbye to the best season of the year, but having a Summer inspired décor can help us take a mental brief vacation. This mermaid-inspired bathroom console has the most stunning copper door handles.

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If there’s a room that deserves a little luxury is a bathroom. The Symphony Bathtub is a unique cylindrical tub that provides spa-like moments in your home so you can relax after a long day at work!

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Marvellous green stone is splendid on a luxurious Dressing Room that is truly a needed space in any luxury modern home. Decorating this beautiful area with the utmost glamour the Magma Mirror is ideal.

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Entrega de los IX Premios a la Decoración y el Interiorismo Casa Decor 2021

La entrega de los Premios Casa Decor 2021, que se en el madrileño Palacio de Linares, sede actual de la Casa De América, congregó a más de un centenar de profesionales y empresas del mundo del interiorismo, la arquitectura, el diseño y el arte, cumpliendo con los nuevos protocolos de seguridad indicados por las autoridades.

Como en la reunión de amigos que en realidad se convirtió, fue transcurriendo la noche, entre emociones, entregas de premios y agradecimientos. Abrieron la velada Kersti Urvois, presidenta de Casa Decor, y seguidamente Alicia García Cabrera, directora general de Casa Decor, quienes con sus palabras de bienvenida a los allí congregados, quisieron poner de relieve el esfuerzo, el entusiasmo y la entrega de todos los participantes, como del equipo de Casa Decor por el éxito de la edición en este año tan particular y difícil que nos ha tocado vivir.

Jurado de los Premios Casa Decor 2021

El jurado de expertos de la IX Edición Casa Decor 2021 que otorgó los Premios al Mejor Proyecto, al Mejor Diseño Original de Decorador y Mejor Diseño de Producto Aplicado, así como de las Menciones Especiales, estuvo formado por Lorna de Santos, arquitecta y Premio al Mejor Proyecto Casa Decor 2020; Rafael Sitges, interiorista y Premio de Honor Casa Decor 2021; Jesús María Montes-Fernández, director de Flash Moda de TVE1; Iván Martínez-Cubells, director de la revista Fuera de Serie, y  Miguel Muñoz-Yusta del Álamo, director de la Fundación Fernando de Castro.

Como en ediciones anteriores, los visitantes de Casa Decor fueron los encargados de otorgar el Premio del Público a través de sus votos directos. También, Casa Decor premia el entusiasmo y fidelidad de sus visitantes con el premio a la foto ganadora del concurso #MiFotoCasaDecor 2021. En esta ocasión, la imagen ganadora fue elegida por Nacho Uribesalazar y Luis Hevia, fotógrafos oficiales de Casa Decor.


PREMIO de Honor Casa Decor 2021
Rafael Sitges

Este año, el Premio de Honor a la Trayectoria Profesional Casa Decor 2021 ha recaído en la figura del interiorista Rafael Sitges, uno de los profesionales más reconocidos de la decoración. A lo largo de su fructífera trayectoria de más de 30 años, ha realizado proyectos integrales en hoteles, edificios históricos, casas de campo, arquitecturas efímeras y, por supuesto viviendas: trabajos de diferente índole y un estilo inconfundible: sobrio, elegante, clásico y atemporal. 

«Su trayectoria constante, en la que destacan proyectos de gran envergadura y calidad, ha consolidado una carrera coherente y sin aristas, demostrando que el buen hacer, profesionalidad y gusto exquisito son cualidades que resisten los bandazos de cualquier moda. Sus proyectos, de elegancia atemporal y factura impecable, rezuman sensibilidad por el arte y las antigüedades, a la vez que indagan sobre la armonía de los elementos arquitectónicos y la funcionalidad del diseño. Desde su primera intervención en Casa Decor 1992, ha formado parte del gran proyecto de Casa Decor en nueve ediciones, cuatro de ellas para la Fundación Carmen Pardo-Valcarce, lo que muestra una faceta humana y solidaria de su trabajo que también queremos destacar.»

 


Josep Puigdomènech, de The Room Studio, María Peguero y Guido Schmitz, de Gira, recibieron su premio de manos de los miembros del Jurado: Lorna de Santos y Rafael Sitges.

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Espacio Gira “Modern Times”, por  The Room Studio

The Room Studio, fue el encargado de crear el nuevo espacio de Gira en Casa Decor 2021. Con el teletrabajo en casa como inspiración inicial, Meritxell Ribé y Josep Puigdomènech, crearon el despacho «Modern Times», un ambiente de trabajo en casa recogido y sereno, alejado de ruidos externos, pero que al mismo tiempo con un carácter  funcional.

En sus consideraciones, el Jurado valoró que «se trata de un proyecto resuelto con brillantez, muy equilibrado en colores, materiales y forma. La armonía y la coherencia que emana en su conjunto favorecen un ambiente particularmente relajante y agradable, que puede variar a través de diferentes escenas controladas por los sofisticados mecanismos domóticos de Gira. Un espacio elegante y minimal, que se apoya en la iluminación para transmitir diferentes estados sensoriales».

De izda. a dcha., el creador del espacio, Fabián Ñíguez; los Jurados, Lorna de Santos, Rafael Sitges; y Alfredo Cabezas, de Geberit.

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Espacio Geberit “La Dolce Vita”, por Fabián Ñíguez

El interiorista Fabian Ñíguez recreó en el Espacio Geberit, un elegante, equilibrado y suntuoso cuarto de baño «La Dolce Vita»,  en el que destacaba la utilización de materiales nobles, sostenibles y naturales, y textiles lujosos para recrear una atmósfera cautivadora y de fuerte carácter.

«Por el tono neoclásico de su atmósfera, la riqueza de la composición y el concepto que envuelve la historia del proyecto. Especial valor concede a la conexión con el mundo de la moda, al utilizar tejidos de alta costura en la puesta en escena, de la colección CRClass by Roberto Diz. Destacables, también, son los paramentos verticales, que crean una caja muy equilibrada y ordenada sobre la que reposan los diferentes elementos de la firma Geberit. En definitiva, un gran ejercicio de interioriorismo, que se nutre del rico trabajo artesanal de ebanistas en el panelado circular de Alvic y de expertos canteros en el corte y colocación de la piedra de Stone Capture by Alvic y de expertos canteros en el corte y colocación de la piedra de Stone Capture by MármolSpain.»

María Herrera, Francisca Muñoz, Manuel Herrera, de Estudio Muher Art-chitecture, con Alicia García Cabrera, directora general de Casa Decor.

2ª MENCIÓN MEJOR PROYECTO
Restaurante “Biocontrastes”, por Estudio Muher Art-chitecture

El equipo de Estudio Muher hizo del restaurante «Biocontrastes», una propuesta ecléctica basada en la concienciación y protección del medio ambiente, que recrea la experiencia del espectador recorriendo las cuatro estaciones a través del color inspirador de la naturaleza.

«Por resolver un espacio muy complicado y de grandes dimensiones, organizándolo en diferentes zonas, a las que dotaron de una identidad e historia propias. La transición entre espacios se hace de forma fluida, sutil y permeable, creando un conjunto estructurado y habitable. La potencia de los colores en cada zona y la cuidada iluminación crean sensaciones idóneas para un espacio de restauración. En conclusión, el restaurante «Biocontrastes» es un espacio explosivo y atrevido, que lleva al visitante por un extraordinario viaje desde la selva a los fondos oceánicos, utilizando el arte como hilo conductor».

La consejera de Economía, Empresas y Empleo, Patricia Franco y el interiorista Miguel Muñoz, junto a la directora general de Casa Decor Alicia García Cabrera.

MENCIÓN ESPECIAL DEL JURADO
Espacio Artesanía Castilla-La Mancha «Adunia», por Miguel Muñoz

Con un toque diferencial y único, Miguel Muñoz ha sido el encargado del proyecto «Adunia», logrando integrar en perfecta armonía una serie de piezas y productos arraigados a la tradición más noble y popular de la artesanía castellanomanchega, alejándose de todo lo industrial y acercándonos a las creaciones artísticas y renovadas de los mejores artesanos de la región.

«El Jurado de los Premios de Casa Decor 2021 ha decidido otorgar una MENCIÓN ESPECIAL al espacio ARTESANÍA CASTILLA-LA MANCHA, el salón «Adunia» realizado por Miguel Muñoz, en reconocimiento a la gran labor integradora de piezas de una veintena de artesanos locales en un contexto contemporáneo. En este espacio se intenta relanzar y recuperar todo el valor de nuestra artesanía y pone en relieve los oficios artesanos de forma armoniosa, hilvanada, elegante y con un guiño de humor.»

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De izda. a dcha. Miembro del Jurado, Iván Martínez-Cubells, Patricia Ávarez, de la Embajada de Dinamarca; y los premiados, el diseñador del mural Erico Navazo y David Parra, de Escayola Saz.

PREMIO MEJOR DISEÑO ORIGINAL
Erico Navazo por el mural diseñado para el espacio «Danish Desing Plus, realizado por Escayola Saz

El espacio Danish Design Plus, proyectado por Erico Navazo para la Embajada de Dinamarca, pone en valor la universalidad y atemporalidad del diseño danés, en este caso interpretadas por un diseñador español, amante de la artesanía, el patrimonio cultural y lo ecléctico. Para este espacio, el interiorista diseñó en la zona de comedor y cocina, un espectacular mural de pared realizado por Escayola Saz.

«Se trata de una estudiada composición de volúmenes geométricos, que sirve de transición entre los espacios. El panel le da un punto de modernidad a un espacio decimonónico, consiguiendo un equilibrio perfecto con las molduras tradicionales que adornan la cúpula. En definitiva, una mezcla muy lograda entre los elementos clásicos originales y la modernidad geométrica del diseño danés.»

El trabajo e instalación realizado por Escayola Saz también ha sido considerado por el Jurado como un valor añadido por su complejidad y riqueza artesanal.

1ª MENCIÓN MEJOR DISEÑO ORIGINAL
Túnel del Auditorio Must Wanted, por Comad Arquitectos

Para acceder al Auditorio de Must Wanted, Comad Arquitectos diseñó una gran estructura arquitectónica a medida para el espacio y compuesta por paneles de acrílico de distintas tonalidades, que daba una cálida bienvenida al visitante. Se trata de un elemento lleno de intenciones y referencias a la cultura mexicana: Barragán y su maestría, introduciendo la luz, los reflejos y el color.

«El pasillo crea una sensación de perspectiva y amplitud, transformando este elemento en algo mágico y desconcertante. La experiencia de atravesar ese mundo de color se potencia con el espejo en el techo, que amplía e ilumina el espacio. El diseño, inspirado en los colores del gran arquitecto mexicano Luis Barragán, provoca un interesante efecto caleidoscópico y cromático que genera sensaciones alegres y positivas en el visitante. Además, es de destacar la recuperación del metacrilato como un material versátil y lleno de posibilidades lúdicas y decorativas».

Jaime Jurado recibe su premio de manos de Iván Martínez-Cubells, director de la revista Fuera de Serie.

2ª MENCIÓN MEJOR DISEÑO ORIGINAL
Mostrador, diseñado por Jaime Jurado

En esta edición de Casa Decor, Jaime Jurado presentó una propuesta de lobby de hotel inspirado en una mezcla de diferentes estilos: un viaje por el diseño italiano, escandinavo, o japonés con la sencillez y autenticidad de la esencia mediterránea, buscando un look minimalist, cálido y relajante en un ambiente sereno y equilibrado.

«Siendo un elemento rotundo que ocupa una parte central del espacio, está perfectamente integrado en el proyecto y crea una sensación de ritmo y continuidad con el resto de piezas decorativas. Se ha valorado el refinamiento en la mezcla de materiales: ladrillo artesanal y porcelánico negro para la encimera y blanco para la base curva, ambos de Laminam».

José Manuel Gómez, del equipo Delta Cocinas, subió a recoger su premio de manos de Miguel Muñoz-Yusta del Álamo, director de la Fundación Fernando de Castro.

PREMIO MEJOR PRODUCTO APLICADO
Huerto hidropónico de Delta Cocinas

La firma Delta Cocinas nos presentó, de la mano de José Manuel Gómez, el espacio Delta ECO: sostenibilidad más allá del mobiliario, fabricada con materiales libres de tóxicos y con acabados barnizados en base de agua. El espacio incorporaba un original jardín hidropónico vertical, un sistema completamente digitalizado de producción vegetal intensiva, en este caso abastecido de plantas aromáticas para cocinar, que el Jurado consideró merecedor del Premio al Mejor Producto Integrado. Gracias a este huerto vertical, el espacio completa el ciclo alimentario, con el autoabastecimiento de productos sanos y ecológicos.

Miguel Muñoz-Yusta del Álamo, director de la Fundación Fernando de Castro, junto a Macarena Velilla, del equipo de Casa Decor, que recibió la Mención en nombre de Tubes Radiatori.

1ª MENCIÓN MEJOR PRODUCTO APLICADO
Radiador “Milano”, de Tubes Radiatori

En su espacio «Una cocina propia», el equipo de Dosde Interiorismo colocó el radiador Milano/horizontal, con un elegante acabado negro, debajo de una amplia ventana permaneciendo suspendido a pocos centímetros del suelo. Este elemento fue calificado por el Jurado como un producto que conjuga diseño, elegancia y tecnología, y que se integra con versatilidad en cualquier proyecto de interiorismo. Macarena Velilla, del equipo Casda Decor recogió la Mención en nombre de la firma.

2ª MENCIÓN MEJOR PRODUCTO APLICADO
SILLÓN “Sorä”, de LDK Garden

En la terraza de la Casa Tomás Allende, escenario elegido por la empresa LDK Garden para presentar su mobiliario de exterior. En El Cielo de Canalejas, el proyecto por Alterespacio para esta firma, encontramos algunos de sus diseños. Entre ellos, los sillones Sorä. Innovación tecnológica y artesanía conviven en este sillón de formas armónicas y sólidas, donde destaca el anudado “sinfín” y los textiles técnicos resistentes a la intemperie, pero que requieren menos recursos y agua para su elaboración. El Jurado valoró  el hecho de que se tratara de un diseño ergonómico, realizado con tejidos sostenibles y manufactura artesanal.

PREMIO DEL PÚBLICO AL ESPACIO MÁS VOTADO
Espacio Must Wanted – Auditorio «Con Mucho Arte», por Comad Arquitectos

El estudio de arquitectura e interiorismo Comad Arquitectos, liderado por Beatriz Enríquez Amo y Teresa Enriquez Amo, fue el encargado de dar vida al Espacio Must Wanted  «Con mucho arte» que, además de exponer una exquisita selección de obras de artistas mexicanos, contaba con el valor añadido de un interiorismo y un diseño especialmente ideados para crear una experiencia sensorial única, que ha sido el proyecto que más votos ha recibido por parte de los visitantes a Casa Decor.

 

SEGUNDO Y TERCER PREMIO AL ESPACIO MÁS VOTADO
Restaurante «Biocontrastes», por Estudio Muher, y Espacio Jacob Delafon «Cleo», por Devesagenjo Interiorismo

Por segunda vez en la noche, Estudio Muher (foto superior) pisó el escenario de la gala, en esta ocasión para recoger el segundo premio como espacio más votado por los visitantes de Casa Decor. Por su parte, Devesa & Agenjo Interiorismo se alzó con con el tercer premio, por su espacio para la firma Jacob Delafon, convertido en el lujoso y calmado cuarto de baño «Cleo».

MENCIÓN ESPECIAL AL PROCESO CREATIVO
Javiescobar por el espacio «Latidos»

«En reconocimiento a la expresión, inspiración y labor artística de un creador singular y de gran talento que ha realizado un concepto de espacio artesanal, íntimo y personal, que se completa con una pieza audiovisual conmovedora, que pone de manifiesto el origen y el proceso creativo de su proyecto».

PREMIO #MIFOTOCASADECOR 2021
Patrocinado por Drimdeco by Cuadriman

Durante esta edición y con el hashtag #MiFotoCasaDecor2021, el público asistente a Casa Decor subió a Instagram cerca de 2000 mil fotos. Entre todas ellas, Nacho Uribesalazar y Luis Hevia, fotógrafos oficiales de Casa Decor, eligieron esta cautivadora y artística toma del Espacio ABB Niessen captada por Jesús San Vicente con el perfil de Instagram @jesussanvicente. El premio consiste en un cheque regalo de 300 € para la adquisición de cualquier producto de la galería de arte de DrimDeco by Cuadriman.