20th Century antiques. Founded in 1988, Tiempos Modernos just celebrated its 30th birthday. Considered one of the best antique shops in Madrid, it specialises in Art Deco and design from the 50s to the 80s. Browsing among its unique pieces, you can find furniture, lamps, armchairs and objects selected in France, Italy, Great Britain and Nordic countries. It is also an exhibition space that has displayed works by some of the most notable Spanish artists, including names like Alfredo Alcain, Carmen Calvo, César Paternosto, Fernando Bellver, Picasso, Miquel Barceló and Joan Miró. During MDF, it is showing a large exhibition of Eduardo Arroyo in his stage as a ceramist that includes two collections of original vases.
Unique pieces. Employing the highest quality of natural fibres, this firm offers unique pieces hand-crafted in the monastery of Santa María de la Sierra in Segovia. During Madrid Design Festival, it will be exhibiting an exquisite collection of textile pieces created in a wide range of colours obtained from different natural dye plants grown in different regions of the world.
C/ Villanueva, 27.
Metro: Retiro, Goya y Príncipe de Vergara
Customised interior design. The kitchen as the centre of the home and gathering point. This is their philosophy at AmarilloCromo, an interior design and kitchen studio convinced that the soul of a home is in the details. Thus, its projects encompass proposals like those of Ainhoa Azumendi, large format graphic pieces that add life and character to kitchens, imbuing them with their own personality.
C/ San Marcos, 32.
C/ Mejía Lequerica, 2.
Metro: Alonso Martínez y Tribunal.
C/ Juan Bravo, 18.
Metro: Núñez de Balboa.
Textile art. This interior design and architecture studio, that draws inspiration from the Mediterranean and avant-garde culture of the 20th century, converts its showroom in El Rastro into a tribute to textile art design during the month of February, with a collection of patchwork, compiled by Lola Barasoain, an expert in this form of 'design without design', anonymous, cross-sector and radical.
C/ Santa Ana, 15.
Specialising in premium kitchens, Davinia, a young company started up by a group of decorators, managers and installers, is organising five activities at the Madrid Design Festival, two centred on technological innovations (cooking on worktops and extraction on worktops), one on regulations (Tech. Building Code and extraction hood filters) and two on interior design (vertical gardens and large format photography).
Paseo de la Castellana, 98.
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Discounts & unique objects. Democratising design and committing to more sensible and approachable production are Despacio's claims, a concept store where you can find everything from recycled Freitags to natural Veja footwear, as well as scores of small projects, ranging from jewellery and footwear, to home décor and fashion. Among them is the Danish firm HAY, whose products are marked down by 15% just for the Madrid Design Festival.
C/ Belén, 10.
The other families. With products selected under criteria of quality, modernity and originality, this multiple space with an inspiring and cosmopolitan atmosphere brings together all types of contemporary products, showcasing the latest trends, primarily European. A new feature is the Egurrak Families collection by Mikel Casal, a series of pieces with a playful spotlight on family diversity.
C/ Corredera baja de San Pablo, 19.
Metro: Tribunal y Callao.
New wco-friendly materials. With over 30 years of experience with kitchen and bathroom furnishings, Estudio Kieseis an innovative project in which quality and customised service are merged with next generation technology and environmental friendliness. During the Madrid Design Festival, the studio exhibits new eco-friendly materials, an essential investment in the future of mankind and the planet.
C/ Doctor Feming, 23.
Dreaming of scandinavian design. Since 1852, Hästens has handcrafted the best beds at its historical factory in Köping (Sweden) with natural and sustainable materials of the highest quality and techniques passed down over five generations. During the Madrid Design Festival, the film presents a room designed by Nordic Standard, where all of its immaculate details make up a 100% Scandinavian ambience.
C/ Serrano, 4.
Custom vision. Halfway between a workshop and an art gallery, L'Atelier blends Nordic design and industrial rationalism with meticulously selected glasses, exclusive models and limited pieces created an installation combining different fabrics and contemporary furniture to showcase the new glasses collections.
Designing sight.Breaking free from common aesthetics, over 30 years ago Mentxu Ormazábal created an optical boutique with a very unusual DNA: lovely décor, a family ambience, personalised service and international collections. Independent brands, limited editions and the latest eye health technology all come together to shape the Zelai universe, which combines eye care and the most contemporary design.
Plaza de Chueca, 9
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Nordic soul. Sonia Samperio's passion for contemporary design and its great 20th century masters can be felt in this delightful furniture shop. All contemporary design trends are widely represented, but particularly the best of Nordic designers. It houses the largest showroom of furniture by the Danish firm Carl Hansen & Son in Spain, with pieces as iconic as the Wishbone Chair, Shell Chair and CH25. And for the MDF, it welcomes Benny the Weaver, a CHS craftsman, who will give a demo on the process involved in stringing the CH24 chair, designed in 1950 by Hans J Wegner. There will be a draw for the chair created by Benny among all attendees.
C/ Conde de Xiquena, 10
Great italian design. Interior designer and designer Diego Rodríguez is the soul of Concepto DR, a studio made up of a multidisciplinary team of professionals from different fields of design and architecture. Each project is conceived as a stand-alone process, with different stages in which creativity, originality and commitment must be combined, along with the timelines that customers need. Among other prestigious firms, Concepto DR represents Molteni and Dada in Spain. During the Madrid Design Festival, the space will present a project by Molteni&C consisting of re-releasing the furniture designed by Gio Ponti, some of the pieces originally created for private homes in very small series. Several of these marvellous items can be seen in the space, thus shaping an passionate tribute to this great Italian architect and designer.
C/ Castelló, 7
Metro: Príncipe de Vergara
Exquisite international design. Analysing and understanding each customer's needs is the maxim of designer and interior designer Diego Rodríguez, who as head of Concepto DR, puts all his and his team's experience to work in creating unique spaces, blending elegance, trends and the most avant-garde techniques. From Milan, during MDF the furnishings by the Minotti firm will be at Concepto DR, with contributions by some of the best international designers. Thus, from France we have Christophe Delcourt and his refined style; Brazil is represented by Marcio Kogan and his architectural focus; Japanese avant-guard Nendo; and from Italy the discriminating touch of architect and designer Rodolfo Dordoni.
C/ Príncipe de Vergara, 33
Art in furniture. Founded in 1896 in Valencia by J Martínez Medina, this firm is devoted to the highest quality of furniture. When just starting out, it supplied the entire Spanish market, working in the 40s with architects to create furniture for boats, and continuing its path to internationalisation in the 60s by working with several Italian firms. Today it is present in countries including Mexico, Saudi Arabia and India. During the festival, JMM has decided to showcase its Black Tone brand, created to bring quality furniture into work spaces signed by designers including Mario Ruiz, Francesc Rifé, Javier Carvajal and José Martínez Medina himself. A collection of innovative surfaces and well calculated volumes combining technology and beauty.
Good work & culture. Located in Las Letras neighbourhood, La Fábrica has been the epicentre of talent and cultural restlessness for over 20 years, the creative force behind events like PHotoEspaña, the Eñe Festival, the magazine Matador and the NotodoFilmFest. Its public space covers 400 metres on two storeys and houses a photography bookshop, an art gallery, a bistro with an Italian flair that is also a wine and select food shop, as well as a concept store.
C/ Alameda, 9
Metro: Antón Martín
Urban elegant clothing. Located in a light-filled evocative space, this firm was started up in 2009 with the aim to cover the needs of a demanding public that loves to dress well. A public not interested in logos, but yes interested in fabric quality and the design. For this reason, its collections are signed by international designers offering an urban casual yet smart look, both for men and women. The pieces are dynamic, designed for a public who lives in the large cities and can be worn both for work and to finish the day at an event without need to go home and change. The shop includes designers from Belgium, France, Japan, the United States, Italy... all with small and meticulous productions.
C/ Belén, 7
Metro: Chueca y Alonso Martínez
Toast to the best design. QBIKA has been executing projects for over 15 years now, transforming spaces and meeting the needs of its clients, consisting of individuals and companies, hotels and other enterprises. It started out in a small and representative space where the firm exhibited the latest innovations of most notable designer-creators, expressing its unusual way of understanding interior design and décor. It took a big stride forward to its current premises at number 4 Calle Quintana. Seventeen years later, its managers launched a new space in the Salamanca neighbourhood, from which it distributes all main furniture, kitchen and bathroom brands. Madrid Design Festival is the perfect time to see its latest trends.
Plants and much more. Located between Paseo del Prado and El Retiro Park, the Royal Botanical Gardens are a true gem right in the city centre. A living museum, declared a Site of Cultural Interest. Its new bookshop-shop-café has naturally evolved into one of the most attractive points in the entire spectacular outdoor venue, located next to the exhibition pavilions. There is a café-bar with fresh healthy products, and a shop, but not an ordinary gift shop, instead a space with a catalogue of objects sharing the botanical theme that are all quality, great designs and produced under criteria of environmental friendliness. Its bookshop includes pure botanical publications and others revolving around photography, painting, illustration, design and architecture.
Plaza de Murillo, 2
A living material. The doors and windows of our living spaces are taking on increasingly greater importance, not only with regard to thermal, acoustic and security features, but also their design. Reynaers Aluminium takes all these concepts into account in its aluminium enclosures, which you can see at its new showroom in Madrid. This company's doors, windows and façades—integrated in this spectacular interior design space in Las Letras neighbourhood—adapt to any architectural style. Colours, finishes, shapes and even home and building automation are all included in this firm's proposals. During the Madrid Design Festival, it will have an exhibition of designer doors and windows that transmit the life and liveliness available with aluminium via its shapes and colours. A material whose apparent neutrality actually can provide great movement, energy and sensations.
C/ Alameda, 12, locales 1 y 2
Travel and design, architecture and new marketing concepts, technology and art, are the focus of the installation at Pangea The Travel Store, the largest travel shop in the world based in the heart of the Salamanca neighbourhood. The installation created for NAZA A&D shows the Variaciones design pieces and the inspiring and powerful images of the travels of visual artist KANTFISH.
C/ Príncipe de Vergara, 26.
Metro: Príncipe de Vergara
Unique pieces. Employing the highest quality of natural fibres, this firm offers unique pieces hand-crafted in the monastery of Santa María de la Sierra in Segovia. During the Madrid Design Festival, it will be exhibiting an exquisite collection of textile pieces created in a wide range of colours obtained from different natural dye plants grown in different regions of the world.
From 1 to 28 February. From monday to friday, from 10.00am to 2.00pm and from 4.30pm to 8:30pm. Saturday, from 10.30am to 2.00pm
C / Villanueva, 27
Metro: Retiro, Goya and Príncipe de Vergara
Technologies rise to power. Started by Vbospagna, En el 15 de Velázquez strides one step ahead to cover everything related to technology. A company well versed in resolving the needs for a space—whether a private home, a shop, an office or a museum—and managing them all, in an amazingly simple way, via technology.
C/ Velázquez, 15
Metro: Retiro y Velázquez
Style and quality. Champion of the slow fashion concept, MOTT proposes a wardrobe full of timeless garments with priority given to excellent quality, handmade footwear and sneakers, clothes and accessories for any occasion, designers from different cities round the world for a cosmopolitan woman who appreciates responsible and quality fashion. Located in Madrid's city centre, MOTT is a different space replete with charm where you can have a unique experience. A must-see that has been on Calle Barquillo for 17 years.
Y project window. This multi-brand shop with over 30 years of history changed the interior of its 1000 plus square metres last year. In addition to the exclusive collections of brands like Off White, Balenciaga and Saint Laurent, it also offers elite and carefully chosen collections of objects, furniture and beauty. During MDF, it will present Y Project, a Parisian firm recognised for the absence of gender in its garments and its playful work with proportions and silhouettes, with an installation / intervention in the shop window display.
C/ Velázquez, 28
Metro: Velázquez y Retiro
CREATIVE INCUBATOR FROM MALASAÑA. This furniture and interior design studio has been doing its own and commissioned projects since 2005, following a highly personal style that brings together character and elegance with a markedly industrial aesthetic. A space focused on talent that during the Madrid Design Festival will be showing its new pieces and designs, along with the work of emerging designers selected especially for the occasion.
Artisan Jewellery. Karen Hallam's jewellery, easily recognisable due to its simplicity and timelessness, offers pieces created from noble metals like silver and gold, and semiprecious stones Unique jewellery with the quality only conferred through handcrafting. During the Festival, this English designer will give workshops revealing the techniques and secrets of the trade.
Travesía de Belén, 2
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Edible aromas. This space came into being due to Vanessa Redondo's passion to establish synergies between the creative disciplines to create unforgettable experiences. Her designs encompass everything from developing experimental materials to creating interactive spaces. For MDF, We Crave has prepared a gastronomy experience with a debate between the intrinsic essence of being and the essence of an aroma. Both have the same power of seduction, yet are imperceptible and mysterious. Starting from the premise that 80% of our sense of taste depends on aromas, the experience explores the sensory relationship of essential essences to our bodies and minds. A journey through the different layers that comprise the 'essence' of a perfume in every plate and bite, inspired by and created from edible aromas that evoke personal memories and experiences.
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KRAF(T)MXN. This contemporary design gallery, whose aim is to strengthen Spanish design and international talent, presents the proposal Kraf(t)mxn. Reviving the Arts & Crafts movements, arising as a backlash to industrialisation, this fascinating exhibition aims to show how things are constructed, making visible the process and the layers behind the final outcome of each piece.
C/ Palafox, 7 Local
Unique pieces. This project combines a fashion clothes shop with great designs and high quality fabrics with another shop specialising in decorations, with handmade pieces, natural materials and vintage furniture. It is doing two workshops during Madrid Design Festival, one on ceramics with Chuión, an artist and creator of Laon Pottery, and another revolving around creating a collective canvas under the guidance of artist Antonio Muñoz Von Furstenberg.
Light and everithing contemporary. Since 2005, Vbospagna has been the extension in Spain of the Viabizzuno philosophy, a prestigious Italian company that produces designer lighting and quality lighting projects for all types of spaces. At the festival, it has Laboratorio della Luce, a series of professional gatherings with Vbospagna designers to learn about the evolution and handling of light in the 21st century.
The essence of the object. Architect León López de la Osa has been designing pieces for many years related to furniture and lighting. Employing a process based on experimentation and construction precision, this designer always works with objects in our daily lives, with and absolute priority of funcionality and simplicity. The Festival is the perfect time to see his latest creations.
The most exquisite wrappings. This temple to perfume, occupies an old bookshop in the Salesas neighbourhood and offers unique fragrances by brands like Diptyque, BYREDO and Vilhelm Parfumerie, is organising a workshop (maximum 6 participants) to wrap gifts using the Japanese origami technique, working with delicate silk papers and a colour code related to each ingredient in the perfume.
Contemporary luxury. Handcrafted furniture with a colourist aesthetic. This is the vision of this Spanish furniture design firm, mixing American mid-century trends with the tropical feel and glamour of Hollywood. At the festival it presents its new space, La Verbena, a showroom where its most emblematic pieces and new collection will be exhibited.
It´s snowing in Madrid. The communication and design magazine Visual is hosting at its Madrid premises, open to creators and communicators, a varied and sundry collection of 69 recycled snowboards, created by artists, designers and friends of Lluis Morón, a collector impelled to give a second life to these extraordinary pieces. A coral project constructed with great passion over the course of over two decades.
C/ Abtao, 25. Interior, Nave C. (entrada por el paso de carruajes)
Metro: Pacífico y Conde de Casal
An imagined reality. For this firm, which works with long-lasting design objects, design is a tool that meets needs and emotions in an inseparable chain between user, designer, craftsperson and industry. During the Madrid Design Festival, it exhibits a series of pieces whose unifying thread is the way of viewing an imagined reality through memory via a convergence of handcraftsmanship and high technology.
From Fabruary 7 to 21. From monday to friday, from 10.30am to 6.00pm.
C/ Abtao, 25, interior, Nave B.
Metro: Conde de Casal y Pacífico
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Next generation design. This hybrid and multidisciplinary space is associated with architecture studio MONEO BROCK. The exhibition it is showing for the festival, Paramétricas, is a group exhibition of artists from different disciplines yet who will all be exploring and investigating the relationship between parametric design, digital production and the body. New design tools allow for new and different solutions applicable at different scales.
Workshop. Make your fashion accessory in 3D printing
In this workshop the work process that takes place after the design and 3D printing will be presented. There will be a short tour of the current panorama of this type of technique, explaining the different existing types, possible uses, as well as available materials. Physical examples of 3D printed textiles will be seen and prototypes of patterns and digital embroidery will be designed and printed on fabrics, reaching some final pieces that each participant can take after finishing the workshop.
Inauguration: February 8 at 8pm. Until March 15. From monday to friday, from 10am to 2pm and from 4.00pm to 7.00pm.
C/ Benigno Soto, 14.
Metro: Prosperidad, Cruz del Rayo y Alfonso XIII.
Unique jewellery. Chus Burés studio is hosting several chats focusing on jewellery and its design. Jorge Latorre will speak of the pieces created by Burés in collaboration with artists; and Peruvian contemporary jewellery designer Ester Ventura will be showing her designs, inspired by the Pre-Colombian precious metalwork cultures; while Vicky Úrculo (Independent curator) will explain the creative processes behind the Chus Burés collections and Chus x Chus, her new creative project.
Meeting point. This space showcases a new paradigm for studios comprising the creative self-employed. It also hosts events related to creativity, workshops and other initiatives. During the Madrid Design Festival, it is organising a publishing project showroom featuring, among others, This is Jackalope, Dalpine, Polpettas, Diego Lara and Naranjo-Etxeberria and, in parallel, has an area devoted to the project Autoedita o muere (Self-publish or Die).
Editorial space. From 8 to 15 February, from 11 am to 8pm
Presentation of projects: February 13, 7.00pm
Gran Vía, 78, 8º right.
Metro: Plaza of Spain
Jewllery and colour. This firm,an IED Design Awards winner in 2018, revisits local artisan processes to create porcelain figures that are integrated into jewellery and leather accessories with a contemporary flair. During the Madrid Design Festival, its new flagship store, located in the Las Letras neighbourhood, will be showing works by painter Rubén Rodrigo, which explore the energy of colour, expressed in a constant dialogue with light.
C/ Moratín, 17.
Metro: Antón Martín.
The magic of light and experimentation. This studio, working in product design and architecture, proposes beautiful yet functional solutions for each project, meticulously selecting materials and the artisan processes, while also incorporating the latest technologies and experimentation. During the Madrid Design Festival, it presents a vertical installation where light travels without interruption via glass, appearing and disappearing to the beat of pulses.
New designs. For over 30 years this firm has been serving up creativity and innovation in its furniture, fabrics and wallpapers, created by designers including William Yeoward, Designers Guild, Christian Lacroix, John Derian and Ralph Lauren. During the Madrid Design Festival it will present the Veronese collection, inspired by the city of Venice in the sixteenth century and the frescoes of Verona, permeated with flowers, textures, light and design.
Recycling so something´s left. During the Madrid Design Festival, designer Jorge Penadés presents the project REmix Vol. 3, created for BD Barcelona the aim of giving obsolete business materials a second chance and a new life. Penadés has converted the remains of extruded aluminium profiles into a colourist collection of vases entitled Piscis, consisting of several models produced in a limited edition.
C/ Villanueva, 5.
Own style. Run by Jaime de Pablo-Romero Rojas, this studio produces all types of multidisciplinary projects related to interior architecture, design, decoration and art, with the purpose of creating unique living spaces. Its cosy space is the stage during the Madrid Design Festival for an exquisite installation created by Julieta Álvarez and María Blanco, as well as an exhibition curated by Tirso Catalán de Ocón.
C/ Alfonso XII, 36, 2º d.
Metro: Retiro, Banco de España y Atocha.
Leather and its possibilities. Technique and creativity are inseparable in this production space for leather objects in the centre of Madrid, which is both a shop and workshop. Well-worked and usable designs slowly created for personal and decorative objects. During the Madrid Design Festival, it offers a workshop on co-design in this trade.
Technology & graftsmanship, innovation and function. The Barcelona producer presents at the new bulthaup claudio coello showroom the lamp designed by Londoner Anthony Dickens, winner of the Gold Delta for the best product for interior habitat (ADI-FAD 2018), Tekio. A contrast between the ancestral and the avant-garde, with highly technical structures covered in handmade paper. A unique contemporary object that invites contemplation.
Functional Art and Design. Opened in 2012 on San Vicente Ferrer Street, 6mas1 Gallery, moved two years later to its current location in Piamonte, 21. Davide Ridenti and José David Pérez Fernández are the driving force behind this project, and they explain that originally 6mas1 was a meeting place for 6 professionals from diverse backgrounds (architects, designers, artists) and a guest, the "plus 1"_. This one could well be a designer, an artist with whom they collaborated on different projects and whose work was shown at the Gallery. This concept of exhibiton space matured until it transform itself into the contemporary art gallery that is today. Emerging national and international artists using a diversity of mediums, are carefully chosen and shown at 6mas1. The exhibition which will open during the Madrid Design Festival is called _Functional Art_ and includes works by Anais Borie, Atelier Wanc, Carlos Fernández-Pello, Elissa Lacoste, FOD, Joel Blanco, Marlène Huissoud, Marta Armengol, Mateo Maté, Max Enrich, Sander Wassink, Studio La Cube, Tellurico y Thomas Ballouhey. These artists share the same philosophy which defends that Design must serve to question ourselves, to erode the boundaries amongst disicplines and to pose different questions and interpretations in regards to day to day objects around us.
C/ Campoamor nº3
Passion and research. This is a dual space, including creator Marre Moerel's art and design studio and a shop that is open to the public. Here, this Dutch designer passionately creates different furniture, lighting, dishware and accessory lines. At her shop in the Malasaña district, artworks, limited pieces and décor objects, she will be showcasing her most recent pieces and classic pottery during the Madrid Design Festival.
Design for the open air. Founded in the 40s, this family company from Valencia has over 70 years of experience with terrace and garden furniture. At the Madrid Design Festival it will present its Diabla brand, a new and extensive collection featuring emerging talent, as it arose from the firm's relationships with the youngest designers via workshops, fairs, calls for proposals and contests. Colourist designs for a creative outside lifestyle and the most daring of people.
Inauguration: February 14, from 8.00pm to 10.00 pm.
From February 15 to 28. From monday to friday, from 10am to 2pm and from 4 pm to 8 pm.
C/Marqués de Monasterio, 1
Metro: Chueca, Banco de España y Colón.
A design for every proposal. In a Neoclassical building from 1912, this firm offers innovative solutions for equipping working environments by the firm Herman Miller. The contemporary portfolio of its ergonomic chairs is as interesting as learning about the criteria that inspired designers of the stature of Bill Stumpf, Yves Béhar and Studio 7.5 to create them. From the iconic Aeron Chair (the first to replace foam with a suspension mesh) to Mirra2, Embody and Sayl, to the firm's newest innovation: Cosm, already a winner of multiple recognitions, will be present at this special showroom of its collection, which Koff invites us to stroll around and enjoy in this fabulous space in the Salamanca neighbourhood.
Light and character. At Marset, they do a lot more than lamps. They craft and work with light's different nuances and effects to create atmospheres with character, helping to improve people's quality of life. This is where the firm's strong vocation arose for good design and products in austere shapes that cast lovely light that also creates effects. Good design also translates into the impeccable execution of each project, into well made objects that can innovate and amaze, excite and move. Marset lamps are, above all, tangible objects that will endure over time. During the Madrid Design Festival, Marset is organising a talk on the lamp Dipping Light, one of Jordi Canudas's latest creations. Journalist Anatxu Zabalbeascoa will talk to the designer about how this lamp, handcrafted, started off as an experiment and today has become an object that not only illuminates, but that also excites and moves people. Initially created by dipping a turned-on light-bulb into paint, the lamp is absolutely fascinating, as its different tones of paint nuance the light, creating a magical effect. A new object of desire sure to become this firm's identifying trait, which in recent years has received the DME award (2014-2015) and the 2015 National Design Award, as well as the 2016 Red Dot award for its FollowMe lamp.
Jordi Canudas and Anatxu Zabalbeascoa
Tuesday, February 20, at 7.00pm
Company smart storage. This firm is expert at creating well organised and customised storage spaces, which efficiently fulfil their function, but without ever neglecting design and beauty. The goal is to optimise the space in wardrobes and customise dressing rooms, bathrooms, bookcases, pantries, laundry rooms and other auxiliary furniture. During the Madrid Design Festival, it will give a talk on how to create efficient storage systems.
Thursday, February 21. From 5.00 to 6.30pm
C / Jorge Juan, 66
Metro: Prince of Vergara
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Mucha tela. The firm's most iconic building, a National Architecture Award winner in 1903, houses an entire paradise of textiles and wallpapers that can be visited for the very first time in February, as it is moving to its new premises at Velázquez, 38 in the spring. This is a great chance to sign up for workshop given by Beatriz Gancedo, an immersion into the world of fibres, fabrics and the latest fabric decorating trends.
Decorate with fabrics
February 21 and 22, at 6.00 pm
C / Velázquez, 21
Metro: Velázquez, Serrano and Príncipe de Vergara.
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Global design since the start. Specialising in hotels, restaurants and luxury homes, this architecture and design studio provides comprehensive assistance for each of its projects. From the initial concept to the final finishing touches for each space, and encompassing all intermediate phases, Cuarto Interior creates special spaces based on working on each project until it becomes extraordinary and unique.
Friday 22 February. From monday to friday, from 9.30am to 2.30pm and from 4.00pm to 7.00pm
C/ San Vicente Ferrer, 61, local.
Design and responsibility and responsibility. With showrooms both in Barcelona's Eixample district and the Madrid neighbourhood of Salamanca, BSB has been a temple open to the avant-garde and technology for 25 years, in designing modern and traditional rugs, kilims, tapestries and carpets, always handcrafted and produced responsibly from sustainable and renewable natural fibres. This firm never stops growing and, in addition to its own collections, has a carefully selected range of pieces from recognised brands, such as The Rug Company. During MDF, its showroom will welcome trend expert and consultant Gudy Herder, who will talk about the keys to anticipate what the market wants and to understand how to translate these needs into products, colours and communication.
C/ Villanueva, 7
Metro: Retiro y Serrano.
Signature kitchens. At the cutting edge of kitchen design for 42 years now, Moretti creates unique projects in collaboration with the most avant-guard architecture, design and interior design studios. The aim is to create contemporary spaces that stand out for their quality and innovation. During the festival, it is organising a workshop on new technologies and materials applied to the world of kitchen design.
The kitchen: New materials and technologies
Wednesday, February 27, at 6.30pm.
Plaza de Juan Zorilla, 2.
Metro: Ríos Rosas and Canal.
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Well-being and work. This space is the spot that will inspire architects and interior designers, with the harmonious and creative coexistence of solutions conceived to equip inside spaces, encompassing everything from furniture and lighting to sound systems and vertical gardens. Its scope of action is work and living spaces, hotels, retail premises, cultural and public use spaces for which a degree of differentiation, distinction and design are sought. Espacio Aretha represents international brands that combine tradition and technology in their projects. It tries to integrate and add people, space and technology to create environments in which work and creativity are sure to be maximised. This is the primary challenge of interior designers and architects, and the same is true of Espacio Aretha. During the Madrid Design Festival, the space offers the activity Wellness @ Work on 28 February, and all design lovers are invited to discover its new work spaces, in which collaboration and wellbeing go hand in hand.
Wellness @ Work
February 28th. From 9.00am to 7.00pm.
C / Claudio Coello, 46