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An industrial cabin lost in the woods of Madrid’s Sierra by architect Miguel De Guzmán.

The architect and noted photographer Miguel de Guzmán is behind this family home situated in Estación del Espinar – a small village on the northface of the Sierra de Madrid. It has a privileged position – on the outskirts of the village and bordering the Parque Natural La Panera. The plot’s situation was key to the project, which aimed to […]

04/09/2013

Papila collective by Alberto Arza, food design for the experience of eating.

Papila is a platform created by the designer Alberto Arza that investigates new ways of enjoying the experience of eating. Designers collaborate with famous chefs to create products and make advances in the realm of food design. Some of these creations use edible substances as the principal material – a completely different approach in the world of design.

02/09/2013

Frankfurt Station, a new stop in Barcelona for a journey through space and time.

Frankfurt Station is a both a dual concept eatery and a clever play on words. German sausage and urb / Eating and travelling. A new restaurant in Barcelona where space-time and low-cost design come together within the same project. A fast food restaurant inspired by a train journey that stops at a vintage café within […]

30/08/2013
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Delta Awards: Get to know more about the most prestigious Spanish design prizes.

Design always arises at a particular time, it’s not out of space and time. The activity of projecting and creating objects can not lack of contemporaneity. And the times we are living require of honesty, austerity, simplicity and sustainability, among many other things. This is the reason why the jury of the prestigious Delta Industrial […]

26/08/2013

David Torrents designs the limited edition Brompton City-inspired – starring Barcelona!

After last year’s London Brompton, the company has released a new limited edition inspired by a major city. In April a Barcelonese version was born. It was designed by the multidisciplinary David Torrents and its the most eye-catching Brompton to date. More about David Torrents in diarioDESIGN. Barcelona Brompton is an S6L model, with straight handlebars and […]

26/08/2013

Ferran Vizoso designs an intimate home in Menorca that communicates with its landscape.

«A house that is closed on the outside and open within.» That was the brief that architect Ferran Vizoso received when embarking on the design for this light-filled home situated in Port d’Addaia, Menorca. Architect Jesús Cardona Pons also collaborated on the project.

23/08/2013

Seven Spanish studios shortlisted as finalists for the Restaurant & Bar Design Awards.

Restaurant & Bar Design Awards is the world’s only event dedicated exclusively to accolade the best projects on hospitality design. The winners will be announced on 12th September during a ceremony at London’s Farmiloe Building. Among the finalists there are seven Spanish design studios. Ikibana restaurant by El Equipo Creativo, featured on diarioDESIGN here. Three Spanish […]

22/08/2013

Taberna Wabi-Sabi by Sandra Tarruella: Spanish tapas tradition meets Japanese gastronomy

Valladolid is famous for its variety of bars and restaurants, as anyone who has visited the downtow of this Spanish city can attest to. Valladolid is proud of this culinary tradition, so adding other cultures to the mix can be a somewhat difficult task.  

06/08/2013

Enjoy the summer at The Patio: exquisite pop-up cafe and shop in a Madrid Palace.

The Patio is a new leisure spot in Madrid, a pop-up store, drinks & goods situated in a picturesque palace dating from 1866 in Hortaleza street, just next to the Santa Bárbara square. It’ll be open daily from noon to midnight until October 15th and is somewhere to both eat and shop. The idea came about […]

29/07/2013
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In the courtyard, plot or wherever you want – Ábaton rethinks the mobile home.

The Madrid-based studio Ábaton has just launched ÁPH80, a mobile home that can be moved around in a standard-sized truck, It is easy to erect and can be installed in all sites. It consists of three different ambiances: a lounge area with kitchen (complete with vitroceramic or gas hob, sink and extraction fan), a bathroom and bedroom. The […]

26/07/2013

Horts by Victoria Campillo: simple garden sheds recall the work of the great contemporary artists.

After observing in detail the small sheds situated on garden plots in the Baix Llobregat area of Barcelona, Victoria Campillo set a relation between them and the principles of Art Brut. These structures have been erected by the owners of the plots themselves and often in a very rudimentary way. Campillo’s observations became the inspiration for a […]

24/07/2013

An old mechanic’s workshop in Madrid turns into a kitchen club by Carlos Pascal Bayón.

Kitchen Club is a cooking school and gastronomic space where private clients, groups of friends or businesses can carry out culinary experiences. It’s a space to learn and enjoy in, and share the joy of cooking. It has been created by the architect and interior designer Carlos Pascal Barayón and fitted out by Mobalco.

22/07/2013

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