Category Archives: Spanish Design

Fambuena designers talk about design

At Feria Valencia Habitát

Fambuena@Valencia Habitat

Fambuena displayed early this year its new collection of lamps for 2014 at the Valencian Design Fair. Among Fambuena´s new launches are: WINGS by Nadadora Estudio (wall lights for home and hospitality), BUTTERFLY by Angel Martí & Enrique Delamo, BLOSSOM by Bodo Sperling (using the prestigious porcelain made by the Japanese company Nikko), TALLO by Culdesac Studio (inspired by […]

Interpretation and welcoming centre La Antigua

Furniture by Mobles 114


Ventura Llimona Taller d’arquitectura i disseny has designed the space for a bar restaurant and museum at the Interpretation centre La Antigua at Zumarraga, in the Basque Country. Furniture selected was provided by Mobles114 from Barcelona.
Ermita de Santa María de Zumárraga (La Antigua) church is part of the Three Ignatian Temples Route. It was built on the […]

Plié by Fambuena

An out of the line treasure.

Plie table

Beyond identity and homogeneity it is also the occasional out of the line object that makes a collection really sound. Fambuena´s lamps are generally beautiful warm designs, amicable forms with a tendency to be soft and round rather than straight. And then, there is Plié, (as in "pliege"), spanish for fold, which is actually a […]

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Spanish Design in Overview

Part I - 1900 to 1980

When thinking about how to inaugurate our Blog were sure that we wanted to tell something about the history of Spanish design. We just didn’t knew where to start or how to do it. So we finally came up with the idea of telling the story in mobile casino a series of infographics going back […]

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