Casa Decor 2019 — A look into the contemporary spaces of the most exclusive interior design exhibition
From the 24th January to the 10th March Casa Decor opens its doors to showcase a range of gorgeous contemporary uses of space, fusing art and style with modern room design. The 54thedition event hosts a sumptuous medley of colour, shape and forward-thinking creativity, where even the entrance hall is adorned with a stupendously designed Koi Carp lamp from LZF Lamps.
Here is a flavour of the amazing things to see in 2019.
Bathroom By Miguel Muñoz Estudio
Breezy tropical motifs and gorgeous bathroom mosaic combined to make a minimal yet artful bathroom design. The organic cleanness of this installation is owed to the life mimicking ethos of its creator “Where there is water, there is life and we wanted to show that with the design of this bathroom.”
Ladder By Lorena del Pozo And Cristina Amigo
This elemental, almost spiritual display spans from the ground floor to the attic, accompanying the delicate staircase beside it. Neat squares meet earthy color.
Suspended in situ, as if they are frozen in time. This impressive decorative innovation leads the eye over and up the airy central space of the installation, providing an endearing depth to accompany exquisite, understated beauty.
Lobby Space By Team Summum
Rustic oak slabs give a humble earthen aura to this warm, plant-filled space. The theme of bringing nature back into our homes is wonderfully practiced and expertly designed in this modern eco-fresh get-away.
Hall By Olga Palmero And Elisa García
“The light of the girl” is a politically, humanist installation that beckons the viewer’s attention to the violence committed to women and girls worldwide. Using shadow, light and gorgeous photography, a voice is given to these small faces, with the promise of light through the darkness.
Lounge-bar By SICIS Madrid
This fresh punk feel is encased in a contemporary mosaic design. Lively color, mosaic wall art, and vibrant pattern marry with the gumption and unapologetic currency of the vivacious space.
Toilets By Blanca Hevia
Living room — Jung Dreams By Juan Fuentes
Bedroom By Virginia Sanchez
Bathroom By Fran Cassinello
Home-bar By Odd Architecture & Management
Hotel lobby By Ele Room 62
Office Lounge By Erico Navazo
Living Room By Jaime Jurado
Many more feats of contemporary space design are waiting at Casa Decor, and anyone with an eye for fresh home accents, artful simplicity, and modern innovation will not want to miss it.
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Originally published at www.mosaicslab.com on February 13, 2019.