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Sense, solve, succeed. When Santiago Sevillano works on a new project, he always strives to achieve a good solution and a rewarding bond between customer, product and the market. All his objects share his essential understanding of design, which is based on a perfect equilibrium between beauty and utility with an emphasis on the timeless nature of the product above the ephemeral character of fashions. Read on and find out more…

In 1999 he conceived the most ever sold taximeter. Since then, he has turned into one of the most in-demand industrial designers. He is Mario Ruiz, the 2016 winner of the Spanish National Design Awards. Let's talk with him...

Order and natural materials are key factors for Spanish industrial & interior designer Francesc Rifé (San Sadurní d’Anoia, 1969). Since he started his career in the design world in the ‘90s, he has been merging forms and planes, deepening perspectives through light and reflections, shaping his rigorous interiors with materials he is familiar with and in control of, in equal measure. In this interview we will learn more about his way of understanding spaces and objects and about his numerous collaborations with Spain’s best firms of design. Read on and enjoy!

Having lived intensively the spirit of the Spanish enthusiastic ‘80s, Nacho Lavernia developed soon a pioneering spirit towards the world of design. His long-standing and fruitful career in the field of graphic and industrial design has earned him two important awards (the Delta de Plata Prize and the National Design Award) and a reputation as one of the key players of the Spanish design scene. We asked him about his first steps into the design landscape and the current Spanish design scene and we get some interesting insights…

 

 

Cultural shaper, designer, cultural engineer, author, kritik , deejay, artist, visionist, skulptor, professor, designpreacher, globalover, wanker and ocd virgo… this is how Karim defines himself on Twitter! But did you know that he has been working and shaping new designs for Spain’s leading brands? We interviewed him and asked him about his experience with Spanish companies, his current and next projects and his sources of inspirations. He gives us also his personal insight into Spain’s design and its new challenges. So, don’t miss it!

Enthusiast of arts and technology, of creative ideas, curious and always attentive to details, the Valencia-based Ramón Esteve (Valencia, 1964) has realized a wide variety of architectural projects: industrial and office buildings, public and educational premises, health centres, private houses, a church...  We have asked him about his work and his personal vision of design & architecture. Check it out...

Highlights

Salone del Mobile.Milano 2019. Great success of the Spanish participation at the Salone

The 58th edition of the Salone del Mobile.Milano has ended. Within the space of a week, from the 9th to the 14th of April, 386.236 people from 181 different countries converged in Milano to attend the Salone. Spain has been represented by 45 brands, including big names of the Spanish design scene and of the luxury home décor industry. If you could not visit the show or if you want to enjoy again the new collections displayed by the Spanish brands, do not miss our photo albums!

The NIX chair from CAPDELL adds the Red Dot Award 2019 to its list of archievements

The NIX chair from CAPDELL has received in Germany the RED DOT Award 2019 in the Product Design category. This design by Patrick Norguet has recently obtained the GOOD DESIGN AWARD 2018 in Chicago. The RED DOT Award is one of the most prestigious design awards in the world, recognizing the quality and innovation of designers and manufacturers in the creation of new products. Keep reading...

Trade mission of Middle East interior architects to Spanish industry

Hand in hand with ANIEME and supported by ICEX, the trade mission of interior architects and specifiers from Dubai and Doha has developed satisfactorily. From the 4th to the 8th of March a group of six studios has had the opportunity to visit and get to know first-hand the Spanish furniture production of the contract sector.

Inventiveness and ergonomics enhance the comfort of DRESSY, FAMA and ACOMODEL furniture

The ingenious design and commitment to ergonomics characterize the new furniture collections from the DRESSY, FAMA and ACOMODEL brands, different options but all based on the same premise of comfortability that enhances the user’s well-being.

Make your outdoors stylish with the FLO planter from CALMA

If you need to brighten up an outdoor space a planter is a simple, natural way to decorate and bring to life a terrace, a porch, a backyard or a patio. Made of polyethylene, the FLO planter, a creation by Oscar Veradelarocha for outdoor furniture specialist CALMA, is perfect to bring on spring at any time of the year while adding visual variety, colour and texture to contemporary spaces. Discover more…

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