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Marbella Design 2020. New brands and designers who will be at the most important interior design appointment of autumn
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Marbella Design 2020. New brands and designers who will be at the most important interior design appointment of autumn

The new list of interior designers, brands and sponsors joining Marbella Design 2020, means that we can say with more security and certainty that this will be the most important appointment with this season's design and interior design. From the organization, working to make this exhibition the sector's meeting point after a few months in which the activity has been very limited. An undoubtedly vital moment for sharing reflections and proposals for challenges that must be faced from the interior design and design.

Marbella Design is pleased to announce that it will be joined by the prestigious architecture, art and design studio based in Marbella NICOE Design, and its founder and outstanding designer, Nicolas Escanez. If NICOE Design and Nicolas stand out for any reason, it is because of their commitment to excellence in each of the projects they are involved in. Nicolas has worked for firms such as Hermès, Salvatore Ferragamo, Lavin Paris and Tom Ford, to mention a few, and this edition he will be in charge to design the launch of Nel'la Design's new kitchen brand.

 Beaulieu International Group (B.I.G.) joins this year' s sponsors. B.I.G. is leader in a wide range of floor coverings in both residential and contract markets, as well as in upholstery, polymers, yarns, fibres, or technical textiles.

Another outstanding presence in this edition will be John Hardy, Green School' s architect and founder based in Bali. His work in luxury hotel sector stands out for its amazing architecture with bamboo as main material.

Mar Vera, Manuel Moreno, Esther Moreno and Víctor Camacho, from the leading Welcome Design studio, present their proposal in Marbella Design's new space for contract sector. Brands like Tarimatec, TM Mobiliario, RCR Deco and TAO iluminación, will accompany the prestigious studio in this third edition.

Welcome Design is made up by a multidisciplinary team with a great experience and passion for design. Each project develops from each client's particulars; by and for him, from its conception and realization, to its execution, turning each space into unique and inimitable.

Welcome Design's latest project was the Docontract MAD showroom, a space for inspiration that sets trends in interior design for contract sector.

The interior designer Samia Glam, from the Glam Design studio, will be present with a space in which Hisbalit or Green Stone Pools, among others, will participate in a year in which natural stone has a strong presence.

Glam Design's designs are born from a love of well-made and professional interior design, but without neglecting fun, creativity and affection. Samia creates spaces from the trust and belief of the healing powers that interior design has on people, giving them the importance of a holy place.

Fernando Moreno, from Apymespa, will not miss this appointment as well. Fernando Moreno is one of the most important companies in Costa de Sol, with more than 50 years' experience in construction and design sectors. No one knows the tastes and trends of Málaga coast better than they do.

Cozí Copenhagen, the exclusive furniture and equipment brand for lounge spaces with a clearly Scandinavian philosophy, will be present in our Open Air area this edition's Art Director; Susana Urbano will design.

Completing Marbella Design's commitment to more sustainable design joins Le Feu, a Danish brand founded in 2017, fireplace manufacturers that join eco-friendly, beauty and design concepts. 

Sunso Furniture, Spain's leading contemporary outdoor furniture brand in Costa del Sol, won't miss the event at all. Its designs are present all over Marbella's best hotels.

Other brands whose assistance announce are Homecret, Homefutura, Elisabeth Martín, Heress Home, Water Rower, Landscaprers, ASM TAPS, INCOM Pastor, Eflux, Treforma, Agua de Chukum, Mortex, Gio by Vega, and Cerámica a mano alzada. 

Finally, we want to mention that Marbella has been the first Spanish city to get the safe destination certification for its public spaces, granted by El Instituto para la Calidad Turística Española (ICTE).