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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 a find out more…

A family run business, PANAMAR is a furniture company with an interesting story behind it having its own 'brand awareness' and the ability to face the future maintaining all its core values. We have interviewed Juanjo Alonso, CEO and third generation at PANAMAR, who goes back to the past to unveil the very essence of the brand and give us a hint about the company’s current business vision…

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!

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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…

SOHER presents the luxurious SAVOY master bedroom, the ultimate in comfort and style

Superbly executed by SOHER’s expert craftsmen, the SAVOY master bedroom is the new addition to the homonymous collection and the latest proposal of the Valencia-based brand for exclusive bedrooms. With its perfect mix of style, elegance and functionality, the bedroom offers a sophisticated focus with unrivalled charm and grace. Let’s discover more and find ideas!

Melting together outside and inside with ILLA, the new collection by BIVAQ

In the late sixties, it was all about bringing the outside inside and it seems like the trend has come back around and is gaining ground in the interior design industry. Floral and botanical prints on wallpaper and cushions, organic and round shapes, natural materials are again up-to-date and even furniture, lighting and accessories have crossed the border. ILLA, one the latest launches by BIVAQ, has an ambivalent character that easily adapts to outdoor and indoor spaces. Let’s discover how…

ALAT, the new stylish garden sofa by CALMA

With ALAT (winged in Catalan) you can really give wings to your imagination and create a perfect lounge space in your outdoors. Created by young designer Andreu Carulla for the Catalonia-based outdoor manufacturer CALMA, the ALAT sofa stands out for its unconventional design that maximise luxury, comfort and style. Let’s have a look and relax…

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