Casa Decor, Spain's largest interior design and trends showcase, opened its doors on the 7th of September. Calle Goya, at 89, is the location of the exhibition, which celebrates its 30th year. These 30 years have seen 57 editions in Madrid, Barcelona, and Valencia. This edition is held on the 6th floor of the 1926-built building, which has 57 spaces and was designed in an L-shape by some of the most prominent interior designers and decorators of our country.
The organization defines a blank canvas as one that does not show clear trends or designs. Technology, craftsmanship, innovation, classicism, and classicism. Organic and natural environments that explore sustainability, as opposed to metallic or industrial effects. Ground-breaking patterns, veins, and applications and proposals for integral space: impossible kitchens and bathrooms. Flooring, cladding and ceilings. ...
It is possible to imagine a material which adapts and integrates with all these designs, trends and applications. Casa Decor 2022 was a showcase of Cosentino's Dekton(r), a compact surface. Dekton(r), which offers a wide range of uses and solutions, from countertops and floors to ceilings and moldings, furniture, and ceilings, makes it the centerpiece of the most impressive spaces at Casa Decor 2022.
As soon as you step into the building, Dekton's leading role is immediately apparent. The entrance hall has almost 30 panels of Rem color, each measuring 4mm thick. This gives it the effect Beatriz and Teresa Enriquez Amo hoped for: to bring together the elegance of the Barrio de Salamanca's portals with the magnificence of classical temples. . The installation's proportions and symmetry are governed by original elements such as the moldings or marble floor. Dekton wallcoverings act as columns welcoming visitors. The tables' complex structure allows for top-down lighting to be integrated. Dekton's presence is complete with 2 tops for counters and 4 volumetric totems (or support pillars).
The Somos2Studio space was inspired by Roman public baths. They have recreated this classic style using the 4 meter tall vaulted ceilings. The hall has two sinks that resemble stone pilasters and are shaped like columns. Dekton rules supreme in this bath with the application the Kelya hue to floor and wall coverings. Dekton Rem mosaics-like details also help to establish continuity with the building's entrance.
This space contains a door that leads to two private cabins which have the toilets. These can be used as functional toilets or for public use by Casa Decor. These two spaces feature a stunning wall covering in Dekton Khalo XGloss. This is a proposal by Patagonia Stone, and belongs to the Stonika Collection.
The second floor is where we will find one of the most anticipated editions. Diego Rodriguez has created a space where convenience, warmth, and comfort can all be enhanced with the latest home automation systems. The room is surrounded by Dekton Naacre, a color from Kraftizen's upcoming collection. It is a subtle mix of textures and materials.
This material is applied in 40 boards to cover the floor, and in wall cladding of 4 mm. Rodriguez used Dekton to create a ceiling ornament with a corbel and metal. Diego Rodriguez says that design has been about maximizing the natural light the space receives. In turn, Rodriguez uses Dekton to create a decorative structure on the ceiling with a corbel and metal.
Casa Decor's signature, which is always eagerly awaited, has another floor. Monica Bartolessis and The Cordovan show their sides as plastic artists to create a unique and intimate world. As a prelude, the studio is recreated as an example of the office where artists serve their clients. "Purpura", a reference to the Jurado commandments of art, craft and design.
Dekton Nilium adds warmth to this space by creating a warm environment. It is used on the flooring as well as the door moldings. It is a bold design that, among other things, exposes it with a futuristic table in Dekton Sirius' striking black.
The view from this second floor is blocked by one of the most striking integral bathrooms in this edition. U Interior Design's Laura Perez, Laura Huerta and Evelien Korte sign the proposal, which is inspired by Paris at its beginning of 20th century. Pilar Garcia de Gonzalez says, "It proposes an interaction between elements such as moldings or the wooden floor with herringbone and more contemporary materials and finishes like Dekton, which although inspired by traditional marr, we have used it to a contemporary degree."
This is because the brand's most recent collection includes Dekton(r), a color that is both striking and timeless. It is applied to walls as well as Edora, a classic and natural color, for ground covering.
We went one floor higher to the third floor and increased our design proposal. This space best captures the futuristic trend that Casa Decor also has. Sigfrido and Mateo Serra, both from Sinmas studio, break the mold set by Andre Courreges, the fashion designer. Its space reflects the spaces of the future. They also make a clear wink to their country Valencia in the color range.
This room is where anything could happen. It can house an Antonio Citterio exercise machine or a pair of mirrors on its wall. Or a large, sophisticated, silver-upholstered sofa. This avant-garde and groundbreaking point is complemented by a custom Dekton ID colour that gives the room meaning and shelters it.
This game of contrasts saw us move from Sinmas' proposal to a functional apartment that was designed for Alvic, by Hector Ruiz Velazquez, another Casa Decor must-see. His approach to small-scale urban dwellings is also a reflection of the future. He makes the best of every space and creates a home that transcends the limitations of the past.
The play and interaction between different flat matt colors is a striking design feature that provides balance and well-being. Dekton Neural flooring adds elegance and high-functional properties such as resistance to high daily traffic.
The fourth floor is where you will find one of the most stunning bathroom designs in this edition. Carlos Tomas from Estudio Reciente proposes a space that is a personal and modern temple. A new interpretation of luxury that is linked to design and customization. It also serves as a gallery for unique items, which transforms the stay into an aesthetic ritual.
The bathroom is called 'Reflection' and has a slope with steps that creates a circuit between the various elements, including the sink, bathtub, and shower. It is almost a collection of art pieces, made from Dekton and quartzite by Sensa. The exterior of the bathtub and sink, as well as the shower cladding, are made from the Vancouver model by Sensa. This gives the space cohesion and is also used to make the door moldings. Dekton Bergen's interior is incorporated with all the almost-sculptural pieces. The floor is finished with Dekton Danae, which is a neutral and light color.
Casa Decor Madrid 2022 continues its campaign for another year
Cosentino Group, a Spanish-owned family business, produces and distributes sustainable and innovative surfaces for architecture and design. It is a leader in the industry and creates innovative and sustainable solutions for people and their homes. Innovative surfaces such as Silestone and Dekton, which are leaders in their respective markets, make it possible to achieve this objective.
The group's development is based on international expansion, innovative research and development programs, respect for the environment, sustainability, and its corporate commitment to society.
From its headquarters in Almeria, Spain, the Cosentino Group distributes products and brands to more than 110 countries. The multinational is present in 40 countries and has subsidiaries or commercial assets in 30. The multinational owns 8 production plants (7 in Almeria, 1 in Brazil), and 1 Smart Logistics Center (Spain) along with more than 140 distribution and commercial facilities around the globe. International markets account for more than 90% of Cosentino Group's revenue.