Feria Habitat Valencia takes finest Spanish Design to Milan
Nude, Feria Hábitat Valencia’s young designers show, celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2011 by paying tribute to the rich seam of designers that have emerged from its 10-year life so far. The tribute, created by the fair’s organisers, consisted of an exhibit that flooded the halls of Feria Valencia with creativity, an exhibit in which the young nude designers who are now well-established figures in the world of made in spain design displayed their talent in a series of creative, innovative designs. The “10 years of nude” show is now off to the Instituto Cervantes (Cervantes Institute) in Milan.
The exhibition will open whilst the Saloni are running and will be open to the public at the Institute’s headquarters in the famous Via Dante for a month.
As well as paying tribute to the 400-plus designers who have taken part in the show, nude is also using this initiative to pay tribute to the companies that have invested in these designers over the last ten years and had faith in their potential from the outset. These companies include Do+ce, Gandía Blasco, Punt Mobles, Sancal, Lladró, Koo Internacional, La Mediterránea, Arturo Álvarez, Manufacturas Celda, Vondom, Almerich, LZF Lamps, Expormim, B.Lux, Metalarte, Arlex, Jacinto Usán and Systemtronic amongst many others. All have worked with young nude designers and been highly successful thanks in part to their designs.
Feria Hábitat Valencia and the Instituto Cervantes, whose aims include promoting Spanish culture, are currently working on the details of the exhibition. The fair – Spain’s foremost showcase for decor and interior design – is thus further reinforcing its commitment to young designers and to the industry, becoming a genuine ambassador for Spanish design.
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