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B&V premieres Släde, Blat and Book, three new collections at Feria Hábitat Valencia

For the second year running, B&V is showcasing its new collections at Feria Hábitat Valencia; chairs, sofas and modular systems, hand-made pieces that B&V’s master craftsmen together with renowned designers create since 1992. If 2015 has been the year of B&V launch in the international markets, there is every indication that 2016 is to be its consolidation.  Its stand will be located in Level 2, Pavilion 6 booth C113 within the Area D, the space dedicated to Design companies and brands. This year, B&V introduces Blat, Book and Släde, three new collections designed by the Valencians edeestudio as well as the addition of new pieces to our already existing collections presented in 2015, with pieces particularly intended and adapted to contract and hospitality environments. Thorough selection of raw materials and finishes and the combination of craftsmanship and design are again the main focus in the collections. In addition, many of the most applauded pieces presented last year grow in family complementing the existing and solid range of products designed for residential and public use. The modular seats Dolmen that evolves to turn into comfortable benches and chairs with solid wood legs designed for contract spaces. The Ego chair welcomes its Siamese sister, with the arm on the right side to create intimate spaces for conversation. Both the armchair Zip, and the Ikon sofa, extend collection with new dimensions. The armchair nominated to the German Design Awards turns into a three seater sofa whereas Ikon reduces length to a 160 cm love seat to fit smaller rooms layouts.

B&v at Feria Habitat Valencia From 1 to 5 February 2016 Level 2, Pavilion 6 (Area D), booth C113

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