Casa Decor - Returning To Its Origins In Madrid

Casa Decor – Returning To Its Origins In Madrid

This year’s Casa Decor, which continues until 10 March, returned to the neighbourhood where it was born back in 1992, and where 12 editions have been held since then. After seven years “discovering other iconic areas
of Madrid (Chueca, Malasaña, Las Letras…)”, we return with enthusiasm to the Barrio de Salamanca”, specifically, the intersection of Calle Núñez de Balboa and Juan Bravo. Built in 1925, the Núñez de Balboa Street 86 is an example of the imposing housing projects undertaken in the Ensanche de Madrid area towards the east.
For this edition, a total of 55 decorated spaces have been presented by interior decorators, architects, landscapers and designers, in collaboration with 100 leading representatives of the habitat, luxury and lifestyle sectors.
They include Villeroy & Boch, who have been participating in Freedom Twist, the public bathroom area designed by Vatea Estudio with Fabian Ñiguez and Nacho Cirujano. Also present is Hisbalit, a leading company in the design and manufacture of ecological glass mosaics, rescuing the simplicity of minimalism and aesthetic harmony with their latest release, Doppel. www.casadecor.es / villeroy-boch.com / www.hisbalit.es

 

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