Miriam Alía, Beatriz Silveria, Raúl Martins, Virginia Gasch, Blanca Hevia and Patricia Bustos present their custom designed surfaces thanks to the Art Factory service from Hisbalit
The 53rd edition of Casa Décor opened its doors on Thursday, February 15th and is already setting the trends for interior design in 2018. The explosion of colour, especially in pinks and greens, the emphasis on geometric forms, creativity and personalisation are the stars in the latest surfacing for floors and walls.
Mosaic tiles, with personalised designs, play a leading role in this latest edition of Casa Decor, the most important interior design event in Spain held in Madrid until the 25th of March with the participation of top designers and firms in luxury, habitat and lifestyle.
Interior designers bet on Hisbalit mosaic tiles
Six renowned interior designers from Spain (Miriam Alía, Beatriz Silveria, Raúl Martins, Virginia Gasch, Blanca Hevia and Patricia Bustos) have presented their designs using Hisbalit’s Art Factory, invading floors and walls of this prestigious exhibition with an explosion of colour and creativity… Want to see their designs?
Time travel, Miriam Alía
The most natural mosaic tile from Hisbalit’s Stone collection (References 568 and 560) was chosen by Miriam Alía, for the fourth floor public bathrooms, inspired by the avant-garde chic of the 1960’s. The elegant white and grey design, in a matte finish, blending into the powder pink walls, gives the space dynamism and an exceptionally inviting light.
The designer chose to combine geometric shapes using different materials, with a range of textures and reliefs to achieve a unique interplay of light and shadow. If you love the most transgressive 20th century style with a touch of glamour, this is the space for you!
Apartment for Ofelia, Raúl Martins
Following the neutral theme, Raúl Martins also chose the colour grey to play the leading role for the floor of his space “Apartment for Ofelia”. A bedroom and living-dining room inspired by the eclectic architecture of the early 20th century, with its geometric shapes and straight lines. A balanced design with a whiff of bohemian cool.
The floor, by Art Factory, gives a stamp of distinction and sophistication. The geometric motif, executed using the Unicolor (ref 306 and 260) and Urban Chic collections by Hisbalit, with their metallic, coppery undertone, give a touch of urban and chic… surprised?
“Osadía” Rebel Kitchen, Patricia Bustos
If you are thinking of turning your kitchen into the fetish space of your home, don’t miss this design from Patricia Bustos at Casa Decor 2018.
The designer gives us a surprise with her “Revel Kitchen”, a world bursting with colour and intensity. Osadía, or “Audacity”. Just the name of the space is a declaration of intentions; breaking the rules of traditional kitchen design to create a space with a romantic and sensual aesthetic, recalling the exoticism and naturalism of Japan but with a touch of the freshness of avant-garde Milan.
The most intense greens and pinks are combined with their pastel versions, creating an “exquisite” palette, a bold mix of colours even extending to the floor… Captivating visitors to the exhibition!
Patricia Bustos chose the Unicolor collection for this incredible floor, using three green tones (Ref 127, 311 and 222), two pink tones (Ref 255 and 166) and white (Ref 103), the perfect colour to unify the design.
Geometry and colour are the hallmarks of mosaic tile surfaces using Hisbalit’s Art Factory. A different and striking design that even incudes the name of the space “Osadía” in mosaic tiles… Amazing?
Slow life child, Blanca Hevia
The interior designer proposes a different and original use of mosaic tiles in her baby room “Slow life child”. Hevia made use of Hisbalit’s Art Factory service to turn bath time into play time by using grey and pastel pink mosaic tiles to create a hopscotch court inlaid into the wood floor. A floor design perfect for play and renewed enthusiasm with number leading to the bath on a floor surfaced with Radial by Hisbalit . An enchanting, magical design that has surprised and delighted visitors to Case Décor.
To create the hopscotch, inlaid into the oak flooring, the designer chose from the Unicolor collection 2 different formats: 2.5 x 2.5 and hexagonal. A creative and surprising idea making design a source of fun and excitement for the youngest in the family.
For the bathroom floor, Hevia chose the Radial design from the Art Factory collection and personalised with her own range of colours, references 306, 255 and 101 from the Unicolor collection. An example of the versatility offered by mosaic tiles in the design of customised projects!
Tropical Lunch, VG Living
Another designer exploring the possibilities of mosaic tiles is Virginia Gasch, who has created a built-in cabinet surfaced with mosaic tiles for her space “Tropical Lunch”, a fresh and cheerfully playful dining room where colours and textures are the protagonists.
For the Art Deco style cabinet, surfaced with brass and Hisbalit’s square format Unicolor tiles, references 330, 127, 313 and 222.
This is a strikingly original space, where the use of creamy whites, blues and greens add flood of colour and sophistication.
Samsung Club, Beatriz Silveira
Beatriz Silveira makes striking use of mosaic tiles in the walls of the private restaurant “Samsung Club”. Thanks to Hisbalit’s Art Factory service, the designer has created an original Art Deco inspired design. The black and beige geometric forms provide that touch of classic elegance that is a hallmark of Silveira’s projects. The black and beige motif also adds a stylish counterpoint to the pink and mustard yellow furnishings of the space.
The designer selected a square tile format. The black tesserae (Reference 101C from the Unicolor collection) are used to create designs on the beige tiles (Reference 333B of the same collection). We encourage you to visit the dining room created by the interior designer for Samsung when you visit Casa Décor.