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DEHESA DE ALCUZCUZ Easter Cocktail Party

Easter Cocktail Party

Phillip Woods from real estate company House & Country, together with Home & Lifestyle Magazine, held a pre Easter afternoon cocktail for members of the property sector. Guests mingled and had the opportunity to peruse the stunning Alcuzcuz home and its grounds. House & Country have their office in the gatehouse (originally the studios of renowned Jaime Parladé), and at the rear of the building is the concept restaurant where they serve a hearty lunch and dinner in a casual atmosphere surrounded by art and decorative items that are all for sale.

Further information:
www.alcuzcuz.es / www.houseandcountry.com
Tel. (+34) 952 780 332 / 952 785 852

 

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MARBELLA DESIGN : SHOWCASE OF DIVERSE TRENDS AND NICHE MARKETS

 

Organisers of the Marbella Design fair are already planning for next year’s event after a “hugely successful” inaugural edition in April. Described as “the first international design fair organised in Spain”, the event ran over five days at the Palacio de Ferias, Congresos y Exposiciones (conference hall) in Marbella, attracting both industry professionals and lovers of latest design trends. Companies from Marbella – including Home & Lifestyle Magazine as a media sponsor – were well represented, as well as other businesses from around Spain and elsewhere in Europe.

According to the fair’s director, Alejandro Zaia, “As many as 3,000 people visited Marbella Design, which reaffirms our belief that a fair of this kind was both necessary and in great demand by both professionals and  members of the public interested in design.

Among those attending were such key industry personalities as Deyan Sudjic, director of the Design Museum in London, Frank Stephenson, considered one of the best car designers in the world, and designer Teresa Sapey.

The fair offered a diverse selection of exhibitions covering different aspects of design and provided a significant meeting point for the exchange of ideas and projects.

In the section dedicated to interior design, one of the main exhibitors was Aalto Exclusive Design, a renowned international interior design and architecture studio founded by designer Jose A. Flores, who invited 200 professional and private guests to an after-work party at their Marbella showroom; while another major designer participating in the fair was Pedro Peña, who also hosted a cocktail party during the fair.

The first edition of Marbella Design was devised as a “niche fair” featuring a meticulously selected array of distinctive design facets that provided visitors with an all-encompassing vision of design.

The exhibitors included galleries dedicated to design such as Vertigo; interior design and furniture firms such as Loani Home Interior Design, Volubilis and Colonial Club; major international fashion firms with home lines like Trussardi, Fendi Casa and Bentley Home; art galleries T20 Projects,José de la Mano, Leyendecker, Wadström Tönnheim and Lucía Mendoza; twospecial projects by invited artists PiaMYrvoLD and Dionisio González; jewellery design brand Gaskell Jewelry; Solantu, an exclusive brand of sustainable crocodile skin bags; luxury designed cars by Mario Guarnieri; and the tourist project El Museo, apartments with art curated by Fernando Francés.

Another highlight was the VIP Lounge created by Blanca Pera Interior Design Studio, Paula Vincenti, and Nina Nolte. La Catarina CraftBeer and Tomato FreshFood took car of the catering, and Maison Select and Pinturas Andalucía collaborated on the staging. Meanwhile.

DesignforLife brought together the aforementioned Deyan Sudjic, Teresa Sapey and Frank Stephenson, as well as publicist Borja Borrero, The Wall Street Journal journalist Sarah Miller, graphic designer Oscar Mariné and artist Dionisio González, with the event coordinated
by Anatxu Zabalbeascoa, an El País newspaper journalist specialising in architecture and design

 

SHOWCASE OF DIVERSE TRENDS AND NICHE MARKETS (Marbella Design)

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Organisers of the Marbella Design fair are already planning for next year’s event after a “hugely successful” inaugural edition in April. Described as “the first international design fair organised in Spain”, the event ran over five days at the Palacio de Ferias, Congresos y Exposiciones (conference hall) in Marbella, attracting both industry professionals and lovers of latest design trends. Companies from Marbella – including Home & Lifestyle Magazine as a media sponsor – were well represented, as well as other businesses from around Spain and elsewhere in Europe.

 

 

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According to the fair’s director, Alejandro Zaia, “As many as 3,000 people visited Marbella Design, which reaffirms our belief that a fair of this kind was both necessary and in great demand by both professionals and members of the public interested in design. Among those attending were such key industry personalities as Deyan Sudjic, director of the Design Museum in London, Frank Stephenson, considered one of the best car designers in the world, and designer Teresa Sapey.” The fair offered a diverse selection of exhibitions covering different aspects of design and provided a significant meeting point for the exchange of ideas and projects.

 

In the section dedicated to interior design, one of the main exhibitors was Aalto Exclusive Design, a renowned international interior design and architecture studio founded by designer Jose A. Flores, who invited
200 professional and private guests to an after-work party at their Marbella showroom; while another major designer participating in the fair was Pedro Peña, who also hosted a cocktail party during the fair.

The first edition of Marbella Design was devised as a “niche fair” featuring a meticulously selected array of distinctive design facets that provided visitors with an all-encompassing vision of design.

The exhibitors included galleries dedicated to design such as Vertigo; interior design and furniture firms such as Loani Home Interior Design, Volubilis and Colonial Club; major international fashion firms with home lines like Trussardi, Fendi Casa and Bentley Home; art galleries T20 Projects, José de la Mano, Leyendecker, Wadström Tönnheim and Lucía Mendoza; two special projects by invited artists PiaMYrvoLD and Dionisio González; jewellery design brand Gaskell Jewelry; Solantu, an exclusive brand of sustainable crocodile skin bags; luxury designed cars by Mario Guarnieri; and the tourist project El Museo, apartments with art curated by Fernando Francés.

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Another highlight was the VIP Lounge created by Blanca Pera Interior Design Studio, Paula Vincenti, and Nina Nolte. La Catarina CraftBeer and Tomato FreshFood took care of the catering, and Maison Select and Pinturas Andalucía collaborated on the staging. Meanwhile.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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DesignforLife brought together the aforementioned Deyan Sudjic, Teresa Sapey and Frank Stephenson, as well as publicist Borja Borrero, The Wall Street Journal journalist Sarah Miller, graphic designer Oscar Mariné and artist Dionisio González, with the event coordinated
by Anatxu Zabalbeascoa, an El País newspaper journalist specialising in architecture and design.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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