October 04 / 2016

The smartest Spanish design to be presented in Mexico before the most influential architects and specifiers

For the third consecutive year, ANIEME (Spanish National Association of Furniture Manufacturers & Exporters) has organized a specific promotion event that will take place from the 10th to the 14th October in Mexico DF and Guadalajara and that is aimed at promoting Spanish designer furniture brands in the Central American contract market. Find out more…

During this five-day event, the 9 Spanish leading design brands will participate in various activities organized by ANIEME and the CIDI (Ibero-American Council of Interior Designers) within the framework of the IX IBEROAMERICAN BIENNIAL OF INTERIOR DESIGN & LANDSCAPING 2016-2017, which is officially sponsored by ANIEME, INTERCERAMIC and Villeroy & Boch. The Spanish brands participating in the event are: BIVAQ, CAPDELL, CÁRMENES, MOBIL FRESNO, MONTERO, OFIFRAN, POINT, PUNT and SANCAL.

Have a look at the catalogue with the companies and products on showcase:

The activity programme includes a B2B matchmaking event aimed at encouraging business and collaborations between the Spanish brands and the most important architecture and interior design studios in Mexico.

VINT table

Each company will be provided with a personal agenda that will include the visit and B2B meetings with some of the most prestigious architecture and interior design studios in Mexico DF on October 10 to 12, and in Guadalajara on October 13 and 14.

ECO chair by Carlos Tiscar for CAPDELL

Another activity will be the assistance at the V CIDI Award Gala to be held at the Hilton Santa Fe on Tuesday, October 11.

MASALA sofa by La Mamba Studio for CÁRMENES

INTERI VISION bedroom by Michelle Mantovani for MOBIL FRESNO

The gala will be attended by the most renowned architects of the different regions of Mexico, including Puebla, Monterrey, Mexico City, Guadalajara and other Latin American countries where the interior design industry is booming, like Peru and Guatemala.

FREEPORT office furniture collection by Dorigo Design Studio for OFIFRAN

The Spanish companies participating in the Biennial will present their informative panels at the Hilton Santa Fe Hotel and will compete in the category of furniture design with the following collections, all of them suitable for both residential and contract use:

  • BIVAQ: VINT collection designed by Andrés Bluth;
  • CAPDELL: ECO collection by Carlos Tíscar;
  • CÁRMENES: MASALA sofa by La Mamba Studio design;
  • MOBIL FRESNO: INTERI VISION by Michelle Mantovani;
  • OFIFRAN: FREEPORT & SQUARE collections designed by Dorigo Design Studio;
  • POINT:  ARMADILLO outdoor swinging chair by the Mexican designer Joaquín Homs;
  • PUNT: AMOR CORTESE sofa collection designed by the Italian Monica Armani;
  • SANCAL: TONELLA armchairs by Note Studio.

ARMADILLO swinging chair by Joaquín Homs for POINT

With more than 120 million people, Mexico is an attractive market for Spanish furniture manufacturers and figures confirm this trend. In 2015, Spain exported to Mexico furniture worth over 50 million euros, registering an increase of +6.3% over the previous year. As a matter of fact, Mexico ranks now 10th  in the world ranking of destinations for exports of Spanish furniture.

AMOR CORTESE chaise longue by Monica Armani for PUNT

Its strategic location between the United States and other Latin American countries, its growing real estate and tourism sector, as well as the urban development , make of Mexico an important hub for worldwide exporters.

TONELLA armchairs by Note Design Studio for SANCAL

Numerous contract projects of various kinds, especially in the hospitality and commercial markets, have led to increasing imports of furniture, and this is why ANIEME has put its focus on this area and considers it a main market for Furniture from Spain.


Hasta la vista in Mexico, then...


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