The title of the third Madrid Design Festival, which will run throughout all of February, is “Redesigning the World”. The festival features leading lights in the world of Spanish and international design alongside emerging talents, to address some of the most pressing issues facing society in the near future.
Luzinterruptus, the Spanish creative collective was in Sierra de Guadarrama, where they created a small environmental lighting installation that they call an act of artistic guerrilla warfare. A creative, temporary action resulting from the observation of this drought-ridden landscape, interpreted with the use of light.
The Spanish architect Jesús Aparicio has designed a home in the old town centre of Madrid that springs from an existing building, with a privileged view of the most important art gallery in Madrid since the 18th century, the Prado Museum.
The makeover of Chefslab, Chef Sergio Pérez's experimental culinary idea, by architecture firm Héctor Fernandez Elorza has made the space more usable and improved the quality of the experiences of both the Chef and the participants in the events and cooking classes.
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