Is the second time that Diabla, the youngest brand of Gandia Blasco S.A. exhibits at one of the most important design fairs of Europe, and the staging has not been really bad. And isn’t trivial, our stand designed by Romero Vallejo architects, has highlighted among the best of the fair, congrats!
Was an intense week in which we could find unknown designers with proposals that fitted with DIABLA, together with clients and journalists eager to know our new catalogue, closely, that you’ll enjoy in our website, a design of Sara Romero, Diabla’s creative director and Democracia studio.
Meanwhile, they could enjoy the news that we exhibited the last iSaloni of Milan. The stylish pet house collection, designed by Manel Jimenez and Violeta Alcaide, that, don’t miss it! won the 2018 BOY Awards of New York’s Interior Design Magazine.
The most genuine DIABLA’s collection, Valentina Outdoor, BID (Iberoamerican Design Biennial) winner of Matadero Madrid in the industrial design category, and the PLISY portable outdoor lamp, both designs of Alejandra Gandia-Blasco, the funny Donut stool of Mikiya Kobayashi for us, shooted by Wallpaper magazine last December. The Vent chairs by the architect Borja García and Mona tables, the new collection by Diabla Team. And the iconic La Siesta vessel designed by Alberto Martinez, Héctor Serrano, and Raky Martinez.
The most remarkable was the presentation of D12, our latest collection, from the architect Marià Castelló, an entire proposal of complements to enjoy outdoors but inside the home also. Planters, magazine racks, book holders, even a special table designed with the same constructive system…a collection with elements that in the end, you can use as you like to meet your needs.
Furthermore, all who came to Imm Cologne could enjoy the DIABLA’s colour universe. Because of red our corporate colour but not the only one. All our products are available in a wide range of colours. Tones that we suggest to combine with original proposals to create the DIABLA’s space that you desire on your house balcony, in the terrace of any urban café, and even in large contract installations.
That’s all, we hope to see you soon with more Diabla news!