A year full of projects

One year ends and we open the door to another one to dream about what will come. 2019 has been full of design, innovation and, of course, new projects. Today on Inalcotrends we take a tour of some of the most outstanding.

Gran Hotel Sol y Mar. By Xavier Pastor

There are several Inalco MDi collections that dress the common areas of this 4-star hotel on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, but without a doubt, the imposing bar counter designed with our Azalai collection is one of the main elements.

Holiday Home in Rio de Janeiro. By Alexandre Cardim

The Touché collection brings light and elegance to this project by the renowned Brazilian interior designer Alexandre Cardim. It stands out for being a house full of works of art of great value, by artists such as Os Gêmeos or Carlos Cruz-diez.

La Terraza del Casino de Madrid. By Julio Guixeres.

The well-known chef Paco Roncero, with two Michelin stars and three Repsol suns, runs the restaurant La Terraza del Casino, which has become one of the most innovative gastronomy options in the Spanish capital. Iseo collection fits perfectly both with the historical surroundings of the building and the modern interior design by Julio Guixeres.

Marina Vela, Europe’s first fully automated dry-dock

Marina Vela Barcelona has a state-of-the-art fully automated dry-dock and a unique system in Europe. The outdoor areas are designed with MDi in large format, perfectly complying with the requirements of exclusivity and resistance of the project.

Villa Pacific. By B y D Marbella Home.

A house flooded by the light of the Mediterranean Sea and completely designed with a collection inspired by its surface. Pacific collection dresses walls, floors, furniture and pool in this luxury home.

Home in São Paulo. By Marcia Brunello

In the great Brazilian city we find this spacious and clear house designed by Marcia Brunello. Marcia chooses Rift collection for its design, which reminds her of nature, the movement created by rocks shapes, making it the perfect canvas to arrange the rest of the decorative elements. The iconic Chaise Longue Rio by Oscar Niemeyer stands out among them.

Spex Eyewear Showroom. By YoDezeen.

Soft minimalism, architectural space and natural materials are the main distinguishing features of this project. The modern minimalistic style of the space is emphasized by the restrained color range, where Iseo collection works as a link between all the areas, covering wall, floor and thanks to its versatility, also customer service tables.

Minimalism with Touché and Storm. By Rubén Muedra.

The two Inalco collections contrast each other in this furniture showroom designed by Rubén Muedra. The pure white of Touché dresses the meeting area, while the sobriety of Storm stars in the showroom.

We hope 2020 to be another year full of new projects. Remember that you can send us your work through our social networks or in projects@inalco.global.

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