Houzz Spain had a unique opportunity at this year’s Casa Decor event in Madrid, the largest annual interior design and architecture showcase in Europe. The team worked with Houzz professionals to design and build a physical space at the show, bringing the latest trends in kitchen design to life. The space also served as a physical example of how homeowners and professionals leverage Houzz to take their design ideas from dreams to reality.
Over the course of two months, the team worked with architecture firm Infiniski, found on Houzz, to create a modular open kitchen and living area. The design was inspired by the results of the Houzz Spain Kitchen Trends Study, which found that homeowners gravitate toward open spaces that blur the lines between the kitchen and other living areas. The survey also revealed that homeowners favor kitchens that open into the outdoors, which led the team to design a space that flows easily into a serene patio and garden.
Nimú, a design firm based in Madrid, filled the kitchen with rich wood, brass, and marble accents, as well as a vibrant mosaic floor. Many of the furnishings, lighting and materials throughout the space featured signature Houzz green tags, reflecting the experience on Houzz.
Thanks to its sustainable design, the structure was broken down and easily recycled following the event – though not before Houzz Spain leveraged the stunning space to celebrate their one year anniversary alongside over 70 guests.
Check out the ideabook here and video below documenting the space’s creation start to finish – en Español, of course!