A stately building built at the beginning of the 20th century by the architect Antonio Farrés Aymerich, located in the Francisco de Rojas Street, 2, has been chosen to host the 53rd edition of Casa Decor, This year is ahead a few months to coincide with the other cultural events that invade Madrid during the month of February. The 3,100 square meters of this residential building with a style influenced by the Catalan modernism They have been distributed in 67 spaces that a hundred decorators and interior design studios have intervened to offer us their new proposals, which can be seen from February 15 to March 25.
Among the names we find this year are the winners of the Casa Decor Award from previous years, such as Erico Navazo, Manuel Espejo, Mina Bringas and Beatriz Silveira, others who repeat as Raúl Martins, Guille García-Hoz, Miriam Alía, Patricia Bustos , Nuria Alía or Diego Rodriguez, who this year celebrates its 20th edition at the event. The trends that stand out are a review of the style Art deco updated with a more cheerful color palette with a predilection for pink millennial and the emerald green, touches of theatricality with materials such as marble, velvet or brass, inspiration in Greco-Roman culture and details that honor the movement Arts and Crafts. In the gallery of images on these lines, we go through some of its spaces.
www.casadecor.esAdvertising - Keep reading below Disak Studio Asun Antó Belgian embassy space for Ele Room 62 Nasrid spaces by Ignacio Carrillo Dining room by As Interiorismo and Alfaro Arquitectura Public Baths by Viteri Lapena studio Space Laufen by Katty Schiebeck Bedroom by Nuria Alía Samsung Space by Guille García-Hoz Espacio Kave home by Lagranja Salon by Cristina Barriga Jacob Delafon Space by Manuel Espejo Entreculturas Foundation Space by Olga Palmero Espacio Hager by Miriam Alía Geberit Space by Muka Arquitectura Alvic Space by Ele Room 62 Escenium space kitchen by José Hernández and Tamara Delgado Espacio Natuzzi by Raúl Martins Westwing Space by Jean Porsche Beatriz Balgoma's living room Espacio Saint Gobain by Diego Rodríguez Kitchen-dining room by Patricia Bustos Bedroom by Nuria Alía CBRE Space Bedroom Space Laufen by Katty Schiebeck Fran Casinello Cupa Stone by Adriana Nicolau Kitchen-dining room by Patricia Bustos Espacio Hager by Miriam Alía Samsung Restaurant by Beatriz Silveira Thyssenkrupp Space by Cuca García Lorente Public toilets by Viteri Studio Schneider Space by Almudena Rebuelta Marta Zarzalejos Beatriz Balgoma's living room Kitchen-dining room by Patricia Bustos Rooftop Desert City by Dmasc Arquitectos Dica space Dining by Virginia Gash Luzco dressing room by Ignacio Alegría and Manuel Such Virginia Sánchez Space of the Portuguese embassy by Beatriz Silveira Sicis Space by Erico Navazo Bathroom by Blanca Hevia Loft Espacio Tour by Miguel Muñoz