From 7th to 12th November, Belgrade hosted 55th edition of Belgrade Furniture Fair. The most important events in the Southeast Europe within furniture design, manufacturing and distribution.
The fair is the meeting point of the furniture manufacturers and distributers, engineers, designers, architects and general publics. Young talented designers had its own space. And as a highlight, Design Talks. Hosting many renowned speakers from the whole world.
Mobles 114 had the opportunity to participate on a discussion during Design Talks at the second day. Emko from Lithuania and Gir from Serbia were the other participants. We spoke about the starts in the design world and furniture production, but also the tradition and heritage, the environment importance in which they create and manufacture, production process and the ideas moving them, innovations and production enhancement, but also the matters unavoidable in the present world, such as environmental protection, recycling and the local resource use.
The event top point is in the Golden Keyaward, granted by the International Jury to the most successful exhibitors in 2017.
Golden Key for The Best Outdoor Furniture was awarded to the manufacturer Mobles 114 from Spain for Tube Chair Aluminium, design Eugeni Quitllet.
Last 9th April Salone del Mobile Milano closed its doors after 56th edition. Five days of design and furniture as points of interest, where Mobles 114 actively participated.
The stand placed at Hall 10, designed by Stefano Colli, has been home to the new collection of Mobles 114, with designs by Álvaro Siza, Miguel Milá and the architect Germán Rodríguez Arias which have been reissued to be presented, alongside other contemporary pieces designed by Javier Mariscal, Massana-Tremoleda and Eugeni Quitllet.
Products like Fil, a lamp that forgoes ornamentation; MMS table, light, small and stackable; adaptable Tombal, both an umbrella stand and an ashtray, and iconic Catalana, which represents the bond that Pablo Neruda and Germán Rodríguez Arias established during the architect’s exile in Chile. New additions to the collection are Green and Tube stools, and Gracia wood.
A dynamic walking by Barcelona design, accompanied this time by our friends Santa & Cole for the lighting, and greenery Voltasol by livingthings.
It has been a great pleasure to be surrounded by good friends, clients and fans in Milano. Thanks for your visit!
Javier Mariscal artistic works make him one of the most prolific and multidisciplinary authors of these days. Graphic design, interiors, furniture and visual arts have been signed by the artist born in Valencia living in Barcelona, from the 70s.
Mobles 114 has one of the most recognised and highlighted Mariscal designs: Green chair, an example of sustainability and creativity. Its ECO version is 100% recycled and recyclable (polypropylene from industrial waste), and Colors model is a new, carefully selected range of colours using 100% recyclable materials.
As the designer says, “in spite of its rough appearance it boasts great ergonomics thanks to the polygonal geometry of its seat”. Raised embossing softens the texture by homogenising it, also contrasting with the back of the chair.
And thanks to the rich immagination of Mariscal, we can discover Green is more than a chair. As we can see through the graphic interpretations starring one of the star products of Mobles 114 catalog.
Thick lines, collages, or directly from the notebook. In good company with famous Garriris, in Barcelona or next to the sea, classic scenarios or contemporary atmospheres with old and new classics. Mariscal draws Green generating a life around.
A spectacular visual game that mixes perfectly wood, stone and tiles, specifically designed for the space.
That is Alma Negra bar description: a rehabilitation made by SA Estudio and MFM Interiorismo which opened recently at Barrera street, a very typical and vively street in A Coruña.
Using the basis of the former bookshop which was the original business at the building, the architects made a clear intervention without complications, in which the key is to separate the restaurant part from the bar.