Spanish design | Design Topic (Page 2)

Think of modern Spanish style as a hybrid: part Spanish colonial, part modern-day decor. Think traditional touches like terracotta vases, rustic wood furniture, quatrefoil windows, modern sofas, and modern colours (like greige) for walls and modern lighting fixtures (like floor and table lamps).
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Oscar Tusquets, Lluis Clotet, Pep Bonet, Cristian Cirici, and Xavier Carulla, among others, founded B.d Ediciones de Disefio in 1972. Many of Tusquets’ furniture and product designs, as well as those of others at the time, were deemed too risky by other Spanish manufacturers.Read More →

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Akaba progressive Spanish Design Company founded on four fundamental principles: commitment to design, an international perspective, distinctive business identity and the establishment of new jobs.Read More →

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Patricia Urquiola called this collection Vimini because it means wicker in Italian and sounds like Bimini, an island. They used only the right amount of outdoor wicker with a rougher wooden frame. The design is well known that when you get close, it stirs your memory and makes you feel at home. That’s what it was, more or lessโ€”the object of memory.Read More →

Kettal was initially founded in 1966 with a focus on design and innovation. In the early 2000s, Kettal acquired the Hugonet y Triconfort brands that came together to form Kettal Group.Read More →

Antonio Guerra's Visual Exploration

Spanish photographer and visual artist Antonio Guerra explores the tension between human and nature, transforming the earthen landscape on which he stands in his conceptual series titled โ€˜ Ver de Acciรณn โ€™.ย Read More →