‘3 days of design’, inspiration and trends

A few days ago we flew to Copenhagen to attend the city’s design week, ‘3 days of design’. We did it within FRAMING, an event that brings together important design brands in the incredible Odd Fellow palace.

The space, designed by Studio Flemming Lindholdt, was designed to bring the most emotional and least intrusive part of each proposal and group companies with their objects create an experience. Faro´s philosophy that we take advantage of to make the brand known among entrepreneurs in the hospitality sector, design students, interior designers and architects. In a particularly young environment, the WHIZZ collection and the portable LAMPANOT lamp that reminds Barcelona and that the visitors related to the city triumphed. They highlighted the freshness and our dynamism.

Showing our designs next to those of brands such as ARPER, VICCARBE, HUGUE or VERGÉS was a great opportunity. Our design team also highlighted the proposals of the Danish MUUTO and HAY and the level of the exhibitions. They defined the experience as ‘a different and necessary exhibition to get closer to the Nordic design’ and they returned delighted with the city ‘that pampers every detail and is inspiring in general’.
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Clerkenwell and the London design

If in London there is a neighbourhood where the best showrooms, the latest trends and the new creators meet, that is Clerkenwell. And a few days ago we participated in the design week organized by the district.

In a collaboration with Solus, a British brand of ceramics and material for interior design projects, we fly to the English capital with a very special selection from our catalogue. The attendees, mostly interior designers and recognized architects, highlighted the HOSHI lamp and the JELLYFISH collection.

It was a very good opportunity to make the brand known among the best specialists in the United Kingdom, exchange impressions with other companies of design objects and reaffirm ourselves in a young and dynamic environment.
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