Casa Decor is a platform for interior design, trends and lifestyle, with a unique format, which takes place every year in a different location in the center of Madrid. Now on its 55th edition, Casa Decor has been not only a witness but, above all, an active participant of the great evolution that design has experienced in Spain, by showing the public the need to live in aesthetic, functional, healthy and sustainable environments. Keep reading to discover all the details!
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This year, Casa Decor has a very special leitmotif, whose objective is to demonstrate that it is possible to create more efficient, sustainable and respectful interior spaces with the Planet, because environmental action must begin in the daily gestures of our domestic environment. We are talking about 6 weeks of pure interior design inspiration, from the 5th of March to the 19th of April.
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In 2019, Casa Decor Madrid received 52,216 visitors in 55 spaces, which totalizes 2,250 square feet of decorated areas. Casa Decor is also a unique communication platform for its participants, having received 840 accredited journalists and 1,560 million in audience impacts. Interior designers who wish to participate can hire a space within the Exhibition, for which they must present a decorative project of aesthetic quality and excellent execution.
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In each edition, more than 200 exhibitors meet, between professionals and companies, in order to promote their work, products or services, in this complete commercial, marketing and communication platform. A great participatory project, Casa Decor empowers and gives visibility not only to the interior design sector but also to consumer, luxury and lifestyle brands. It all happens at Velázquez 21, one of the most representative buildings in Madrid. A historic and protected palace that continues to decorate one of the corners of the Salamanca district with the elegant bourgeois style of the early 20th Century.
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